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Feb. 04, 2013
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In what hopefully doesn’t become a trend for police to stop citizens for video recording, a Milwaukee police officer threatened to arrested a citizen on loitering charges if he did not move from the public sidewalk where he had every right to be.
The 1:42 video was uploaded to Youtube last March but has only received 539 views as of this writing.
Two months after that incident, another man was handcuffed and cited for loitering while video recording Milwaukee cops.