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Analysis posted May 14 2013, 9:24 PM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: InformationLiberation Print

Video Shows Dunn, NC Police Officer Grab Citizen's Phone for Filming

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Apparently, the altercation sent the videographer to the emergency room, now he says he's being stonewalled in his attempt to press charges against the officer. Of course, he has every right to film the officer and the cop has no right to stop him from filming.

From dansol72 on YouTube:
Police brutality Dunn,NC cop assaulting citizen. officer chris a. autry assaults citizen and violates civil rights. I received an injury from officer c.a.autry,
along with a large bill for being seen in the emergency room. Is that justice? Public officials in harnett county are doing everything in their power to prevent me from going to court. 10 days into this and the magistrate jerry latta will not let me file charges against the officer. I need everyone to share these videos. I have contacted th NC attorney generals office for help and the FBI. I am waiting for a response.
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Posted: May 15 2013, 7:18 AM

20138 I honestly think nowdays in many cases cops of course are lashing out at photographers recording them because they don't want people seeing what they are doing, but I also think in a LOT of the cases like this one, it isn't to cover up their actions, it's that simple, human feeling that you don't like being recorded. My mother-in-law a lot of times records...nothing, just us family, but honestly it gets annoying having a camera in your face, being recorded. Many just don't like the feeling, and I'm sure many cops like this one just are thinking "man, why should I have to put up with this? It never used to be like this"
At the same time, we citizens are not too enamored of YOUR newest toys, like tasers used as punishment, compliance instead of "instead of shooting" (which still happens as much or more), or other tricks you guys have worked out. So...sorry officer, if you don't like being filmed, you ought to go in another branch. It's here to stay, and it's going to happen more and more, and will expose a lot of those new toys being used wrongly.
SO I'm not excusing, just...I see there are situations where they object to being recorded because they are acting badly, and other times where it is just like a big "sigh", and they just plain dislike being taped, as many non-cops do, but TOO BAD.

Posted: Jul 03 2013, 6:11 PM

7063 It looks to me that the "good citizen" in this case put himself in this situation. There is clearly a suspect in custody in his patrol vehicle and here this guy comes out of nowhere walking up to his car with a camera. How would the officer know if the man meant him harm or not? This man could have been a family member to the girl in the car... Hell for all we know this man may have made threats to the officer before he ever got in his car with his suspect. Don't pass judgment on the officer without knowing the facts of the case. So with that I say, if you mind your own business stuff like this wouldn't happen to you. Furthermore you ended up in the hospital? What is that about? This looks like a vary public place so I'm sure you didn't get beat down or anything by this cop! Sounds to me like you are just a low life POS trying to get some money.
To Anonymous7063

Posted: Nov 13 2015, 5:40 PM

9819 1: The officer should've requested that he back up a certain distance so he's not "in this situation" if he was so concerned.
2: The person in the back of the squad car is not a danger to anyone so officer Chris A Autry could've just observed the person with the camera since there's no cause for him to engage.
3: You say that people shouldn't pass judgement on the officer without knowing the facts yet you yourself automatically side with the officer, judge & degrade the person who was videoing and then assaulted & battered by the officer!
4: It is not illegal to record anyone (including law enforcement officers) in public.
5: There's tons of cell phone footage, surveillance camera footage & LEO dash cam footage which show people getting beat down by cops in very public places!!
6: Officer CA Autry should've never got his fat ass out of his patrol car and most definitely shouldn't have grabbed the cell phone & stopped the recording.


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