July 23rd, 2014

California Cop Arrests Man for Video Recording “Private Cars” from Public Sidewalk 1

By Carlos Miller

A Southern California police officer arrested a man for video recording “private cars” from a public sidewalk.

The Covina police officer named K. Counts then handcuffed the man when he refused to provide identification, claiming that they were looking for a suspect on the loose, and that it could have very well been the man with the camera who decided to return to the crime of the scene, knowing he was being sought.

July 22nd, 2014

Bill O’Reilly Accuses Cop Block Members of “Spying on Police” 73

By Carlos Miller

Last time I mentioned Bill O’Reilly on this blog, I called him “one of the most pompous and arrogant broadcasters to ever take to the airwaves,” which naturally got all my conservative readers riled up with many threatening never to read PINAC again (the comments are not there due to a web platform change since then).

But he proved to be just that during a recent segment where he talked about the guys at Cop Block, accusing them of “spying on police” with their cameras, calling them “clowns” and “jerks” and even insinuating that recording cops in public may be illegal in most states.

July 22nd, 2014

Alaska Man Cited for Video Recording in Lobby of Federal Building Despite 2010 Settlement 17

By Carlos Miller


An Alaska man was cited for video recording inside a federal building despite a 2010 settlement stating that we are allowed to video record “building entrances, lobbies, foyers, corridors and auditoriums for news purposes.”

However, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Alaska determined he was not a journalist because he had once obtained a business license in Alaska that listed his company, Bunny Boots Ink, under the “independent artists, writers, and performers” category, a license which expired last year.

Therefore, a federal protective service officer ordered him out of the building, telling him he was “an entertainer, not a news journalist.”

July 22nd, 2014

Border Patrol Agent Pulls Gun on Boy Scout after Detaining them for Photography, 81

By Carlos Miller

Rockwell

 

After detaining a van of Boy Scouts for taking pictures at a checkpoint, threatening to throw them in prison for ten years on a fabricated felony, a United States Border Patrol Agent whipped out his gun and aimed it at one of the boys, just to let him know he meant business.

But we all can breathe easy because a Boy Scout leader has assured us the boys have since learned their lesson.

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