Journalist threatened with felony for publishing public servant's office phone numberPolice State USA
Nov. 11, 2013
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Carlos Miller, of the online media outfit Photography is not a Crime (PINAC), is no stranger when it comes to dealing with police “legally.” But after recently publishing a public servant’s office phone number, he is being threatened with a felony investigation for “Witness Intimidation.”