If you haven’t noticed the countdown timer in the right-hand corner of my blog, you’ve probably been too infuriated by the articles I’ve been posting.
After all, it’s never a dull moment out there when it comes to taking pictures in public.
So in an attempt to con
The Maryland Attorney General’s Office issued an opinion stating that recording a police officer’s voice during a traffic stop does not violate the state’s wiretapping law.
This, of course, contradicts the opinion of Harford County State Attorney Joseph Cassilly, who insi
In front of a cable/satellite news team with cameras rolling, a Miami-Dade Metrorail security guard ripped my video camera from my hand, knocking it to the ground, before pocketing it and refusing to return it.
The guard then began pushing me aggressively after I had pulled out my iPho
Here is an issue that is ripe for debate on this blog because it involves private property rights, freedom of religion and the First Amendment rights of law enforcement officers.
A group of Christians were protesting against a Rob Zombie rock concert at the Hard Rock Cafe in Albuq
After being assaulted on video by a mob of senior citizens, George Edwards thought there would be enough evidence to charge the pair of geezers who attacked him with battery.
But the Los Angeles County sheriff’s office who responded to the melee at the La Habra Heights Improvemen