Illinois Man Faces 75 Years In Prison For Recording Police

UPDATE 9/5:  Glenn Reynolds has a column today at the Washington Examiner in which he explains that citizens have the right to record the police, citing  Glik v. Boston about which I previously blogged, and also recounting a previous Chicago … Continue reading

Countermeasures Against The Police War On Photography

As an avid supporter of law enforcement it’s disillusioning when cops abuse their power and act like street thugs. The official war on photography in which cops try to prevent bystanders from making audio and/or video recordings of their action … Continue reading