Pennsylvania Cops Continue to Lie to Citizens about Wiretapping LawBy Carlos Miller
Oct. 22, 2013
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Another Pennsylvania cop tried to convince a citizen that audio recording him in public is a felony, an act of intimidation that doesnít carry the same weight as it did a couple of years ago when they would actually carry out arrests on these charges.
The charges would never go anywhere, but that still hasnít stopped cops from threatening to arrest citizens recording them on these charges.