'Act Like A Lady': Lib Journo Arrested After Taking Pics Of Naked Black Man Detained By PoliceChris Menahan
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A "journalist" named Susan Greene was arrested after taking out her phone to snap pictures of a naked African-American man being arrested while sitting on a sidewalk in Denver, Colorado.
The incident occurred on July 5, but bodycam footage was just released on Wednesday.
The video shows police telling Greene it's a HIPAA privacy violation to take photographs of the man, but Greene insists it's her "First Amendment" right to photograph the naked man.
After police told Greene to leave, she fought a bit with the cops and was temporarily detained.
Greene's now trying to act like this was a horrible case of police abuse.
Here's how it was reported in The Independent:
Bodycam footage released on 29 August shows the moment Susan Greene, editor of The Colorado Independent, was detained for 'interfering' as officers tended to a man sitting on the pavement naked except for a white sheet.Yeah, that part was really funny.
You can see one of the lewd pictures Greene took in her write-up on the incident at the Colorado Independent.
Was this a case of police abuse, or a case of police doing the right thing and protecting this man's privacy from a nosy journalist?
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