So here's the deal; the police ("fucking pigs" in this case) can video tape you any time they please. In fact, they have video cameras set up in the most popular and well traveled public places these days. They can tape you when you drive or any time you walk along a street, road or in a park.
But according to all these prosecutors and police agencies, you CAN NOT video tape a police officer ("pig" in this case) in a public place or while he is carrying out his duties with you participating. Somehow YOU are breaking "wire tap" laws
WTF?! WHAT THE MOTHER FUCK?!
I'm waiting for this to become an issue in any locale near me. I will be out there daring the mother fuckers to arrest me. I am getting so tired of police thuggery in this country. It's getting worse and worse and cops are getting dumber and dumber.
But it probably doesn't bother the typical proles in the least. Afterall, as long as you're being a good little prole and obeying the law, it shouldn't effect you a bit, right?
Yea, fuck the Constitution of the United States, just obey the law. . . then cops thugs don't have to.
Should Videotaping the Police Really Be a Crime?
By ADAM COHEN Adam Cohen – Wed Aug 4, 11:05 am ET
Anthony Graber, a Maryland Air National Guard staff sergeant, faces up to 16 years in prison. His crime? He videotaped his March encounter with a state trooper who pulled him over for speeding on a motorcycle. Then Graber put the video - which could put the officer in a bad light - up on YouTube.
It doesn't sound like much. But Graber is not the only person being slapped down by the long arm of the law for the simple act of videotaping the police in a public place. Prosecutors across the U.S. claim the videotaping violates wiretap laws - a stretch, to put it mildly.