3 years, 9 months ago
Professor Reynolds co-authored the paper A Due Process Right To Record The Police, while he also points to Morgan Manning’s article on photographers’ rights. But the constitution matters not to the Hawthorne, California police department, who arrested a man for filming a raid, drawing out a protective dog and then shooting the dog in front of him.
As I’ve written before, you have no right to invade my home or kill my beasts. You can add to that list “arrest me for photographing you, you bunch of statist, totalitarian thugs.”
Oh, and add to that the fact that I think the officer is a pussy. I wouldn’t have had to shoot the dog to get control of it.
Prior: SWAT Raids