Video & Audio recording of the police in a public place is a constitutional right for all U.S. citizens

The Federal Appeals Court has ruled that video recording the police in a public place is a constitutional right for all U.S. citizens. This is a great win for the freedom movement.  Public officials need to be held accountable for their actions.   This new ruling also strikes down attempts to arrest for audio recording under the wiretap statute, that law is supported only by secretly taping, use of a known audio recording device such as a cell phone is sufficient to make notice you are being recorded.  Follow this link to read the entire ruling.

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