Illinois man facing life in jail for recording police (Video)

The unbelievable case of Michael Allison, an Illinois mechanic facing multiple felony counts for recording on-duty police is analyzed by attorney Thomas H. Sayre, Lynchburg Times political writer Emily Williams and newspaper publisher Dan McDermott.

It is another disturbing example of police using wiretap laws to stop citizens from using camera phones to record their behavior.

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Published in: on September 1, 2011 at 9:55 pm  Comments (4)  

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  1. way out of hand you have to rise DO SOMETHING Dam it

  2. you have to let more people know that this is unaceptible the cops have no right to interfere in us video taping their a$$es gulity basterds… cowards all of them..bullied when they were kids that is why they are (pigs) now

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