Louisiana Cops Arrest Man for Video Recording Them in PublicBy Carlos Miller
Apr. 16, 2013
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Police in Louisiana continued to reveal that gangster cop attitude that has become so visible in this country thanks to the advent of online videos.
It was only a few years ago that we were forced to take the word of police on the facts that lead up to an arrest.
Now we’re seeing a systemic thug-like attitude within the police ranks throughout almost every law enforcement agency in the country because more and more citizens are asserting their right to record in public.The latest case comes from Louisiana, as we can see in a Live Leak video that was posted 14 hours ago at this time although it is not clear when it was recorded nor when.
It shows that a man sitting in his own car at least 50 feet away from police officers during a traffic stop get arrested because he did nothing but video record.