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Apr. 30, 2014
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Under the guise of allowing people to film police, which is already entirely legal, Conneticut democrats are pushing a bill which would give police new powers to force citizens to stop filming.
From FOX CT:
State lawmakers are considering a bill focused on when and where the public can point a camera at scenes of police activity.
Cop everywhere already falsely claim citizens filming them is "interfering with their duties," which it should be noted is already a crime. There is absolutely no need for this bill, it's an underhanded backdoor attempt to enshrine in law the power for police to force citizens to stop filming.