Congressman introduces resolution to protect citizens who videotape cops
"A U.S. Congressman has introduced a resolution that would protect citizens who videotape cops in public from getting arrested on state wiretapping charges.
Edolphus Towns, a Democrat from New York, introduced the resolution on Thursday, the same day USA Today wrote a scathing editorial denouncing these types of arrests."
Good job, Ed. Our ability to videotape cops is a great way to balance power. The trend of arresting these citizens has been very scary.