Tag: recording cops

Austin Cop Arrested Cop-Watcher, Now Interview Video Emerges

Austin Cop Arrested Cop-Watcher, Now Interview Video Emerges

"Fuck the police!" said Joshua Pineda, cop-watcher and Peaceful Streets activist as he left jail, "Especially fucking Mears." Austin cop Corporal Mears executed a false arrest of Pineda for "recording too closely" this weekend and charged him with failure to obey a police officer and ...
Pennsylvania Man Slammed to Ground by Cop for Singing Forced to Accept Plea Deal

Pennsylvania Man Slammed to Ground by Cop for Singing Forced to Accept Plea Deal

Over the summer we reported on a story out of Allentown Pennsylvania, involving James Ochse, who is better known as the Allentown singing man in an ultra viral video where he slammed to the ground by a cop. In the video, Allentown police officer Randy Busch can be seen approaching the ...
Florida Man Complying With Police While Being Brutalized on Camera, Charged With Battery on Law Enforcement

Florida Man Complying With Police While Being Brutalized on Camera, Charged With Battery on Law Enforcement

In true backwards police fashion, the victim of an assault by two Orlando police officers as he was on the ground following their orders was formally charged on Friday with battery on a law-enforcement officer, resisting an officer with and without violence and misdemeanor battery. Th ...
Georgia Deputy Fired and Arrested for Kicking Handcuffed Man in the Chest (VIDEO)

Georgia Deputy Fired and Arrested for Kicking Handcuffed Man in the Chest (VIDEO)

An Georgia sheriff's deputy from Bibb County was fired and arrested after an assault on a handcuffed man which was caught on video. Nathaniel Woodard, 28, is seen in the August 2014 recording kicking Devasco Holly, 38, in the chest while he is handcuffed on the ground. "If you get ...
Virginia Man Records Himself Being Arrested for Invoking His Right to Remain Silent

Virginia Man Records Himself Being Arrested for Invoking His Right to Remain Silent

A video uploaded to YouTube Monday by a Virginia man captured his unlawful arrest for obstruction of justice after exercising his right to remain silent when approached by an officer for absolutely no reason – other than the fact he was recording in public. The officer is also caught ...