Carlos Miller: I'm Facing 10 Years in Prison for Posting Police Media Spokeswoman's Work Contact Info on PINACPINAC
Nov. 11, 2013
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It started with a very clear-cut case of police intimidation against a man trying to video record Boston police conducting an investigation in broad daylight last August, in which an overbearing detective pushed and shoved the videographer away from the scene, threatening to arrest him on felony battery on a police officer when the video shows he was the one committing battery on the videographer.