July 9th, 2014

Virginia Cops Once Again Caught on Video Attacking Man for Video Recording (Updated) 8

By Carlos Miller

For the second time in less than a month, video has surfaced showing the Petersburg police in Virginia attacking a citizen for video recording them in public.

Not many details are available at the moment because News 12 has been hyping and teasing the story all day on Facebook, promising to deliver the full details in tonight’s 11 p.m. broadcast.

But they did post two video clips; the first one showing a cop walking up to a man’s front porch and taking his camera, the second one showing the cops attacking the man.

July 9th, 2014

Cop Block Co-founder Accepts Plea on Wiretapping Charges after Winning Appeal 12

By William R. Toler

Adam “Ademo Freeman” Mueller

Even in the “Live Free or Die” state, holding public officials accountable can land you in a cage.

Cop Block co-founder Ademo Freeman — whose given name is Adam Mueller — took a plea deal last week in Manchester, New Hampshire in a retrial relating to wiretapping charges from a 2011 incident, where he recorded telephone conversations he had with three public employees regarding an altercation between a student and a school resource officer.

July 9th, 2014

New Jersey Cops Caught on Camera Siccing Dog, Attacking Man for Recording Woman’s Arrest 48

By Carlos Miller

A New Jersey man who video recorded a mob of cops beating a woman on the Fourth of July was attacked and beaten himself by those same cops, only for another citizen to video record that arrest.

Trenton police managed to delete the footage from the first camera – as they’ve done in the past with other citizens –  but didn’t manage to delete the footage from the second camera.

But only because they were too busy beating the first man to even notice he was recording.

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