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Category: Complaint Censorship

Watch: PINAC Reporter Kicked Out of South Florida Council Meeting for Questioning Councilman (Updated)

Watch: PINAC Reporter Kicked Out of South Florida Council Meeting for Questioning Councilman (Updated)

UPDATE: Wednesday, August 24, 2016, 10:50 p.m. PINAC reporter Eric McDonough was arrested Wednesday after entering the city council meeting, then being ordered to leave. He was live streaming that part, but they arrested after he had stepped into the parking lot when he had turned his ...
New Hampshire Complaint Censorship Chills Viral Video on YouTube, Uses False Privacy Claim

New Hampshire Complaint Censorship Chills Viral Video on YouTube, Uses False Privacy Claim

Complaint censorship is a rising tide on YouTube, threatening to scrub the internet clean of video recorded in public, which people want to take back years later. A New Hampshire citizen journalist recorded a public conversation on a sidewalk and posted it to YouTube (see below) where ...
Texas Cops’ Complaint Censorship Attacks YouTube Videos of Public Officials in Public

Texas Cops’ Complaint Censorship Attacks YouTube Videos of Public Officials in Public

Texas police launched a "complaint censorship" attack on David Warden's YouTube channel News Now Houston, claiming his videos violate their privacy. Which is a lie, because in public, nobody has a right or expectation of privacy. Least of all public officials like police. You ca ...
Minneapolis Cops Won’t Be Charged For Killing Jamar Clark, Witnesses Say He Was Handcuffed

Minneapolis Cops Won’t Be Charged For Killing Jamar Clark, Witnesses Say He Was Handcuffed

"That's murder!" yelled someone in the crowd as prosecutors rolled a grainy video you can see below, collected from the back of the ambulance showing police and Jamar Clark. Prosecutors presented the grainy video you can see below, showing nothing more than the feet of the officer and ...
Arizona Security Guard Convicted of Assault, Tries to Censor Damning YouTube Video

Arizona Security Guard Convicted of Assault, Tries to Censor Damning YouTube Video

A former-Arizona security guard tried to censor a video which led to his 2014 assault conviction, published onto PINAC citizen journalist Raymond Michael Rodden's EMSNews Arizona YouTube channel, which you can see below. Daniel Lee Ogaz hit Rodden in the head with a soda cup full of i ...