North Carolina Cops Assault Man for Video Recording them from Public Streetby Carlos Miller
Jun. 13, 2013
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North Carolina police assaulted a man for video recording them from a public sidewalk after he refused to turn the camera off, which is obviously something they believe they can get away with considering a local judge has given them a green light to do just that, if not worse.