Category: Cell Phone Cam

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 ...
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 ...
WATCH: NYPD Stuffs Hogtied Suspect into Body Bag, While NY Post Cheers

WATCH: NYPD Stuffs Hogtied Suspect into Body Bag, While NY Post Cheers

"Dude, that is the craziest shit I've ever seen done to somebody in my whole fucking life," said the stunned witness recording NYPD make a "black bag" style arrest. Cops questioned the man over trouble paying a $2.75 subway fare, and later stuffed him into a body bag as the world watc ...
Wisconsin Undercover Cop Illegally Detains Man for Recording Traffic Stop

Wisconsin Undercover Cop Illegally Detains Man for Recording Traffic Stop

"Don't stop people unlawfully," said the Wisconsin man, "Honor your oath, honor your oath." A Wisconsin cop was caught on camera doing a traffic stop in an undercover car, and retaliated against the citizen by detaining him for absolutely no reason. "I'm just curious," was the Wisc ...
NYPD Sued by Two Atlanta Hawks NBA Players Falsely Arrested Last Year Giving $20 to Homeless Man

NYPD Sued by Two Atlanta Hawks NBA Players Falsely Arrested Last Year Giving $20 to Homeless Man

Two Atlanta Hawks players are suing NYPD for damages pegged at up to a combined $75,000,000 for a single false arrest outside a New York nightclub last year. It all started when one player tried to hand $20 to a homeless person after police closed the nightclub down at 4:15am. And ...