May 23, 2010
In Maryland, it is a felony to record thuggish cops as they push around skateboarding teenagers, beat sports patrons, and pull guns on motorists for speeding.
“Several Marylanders face felony charges for recording their arrests on camera, and others have been intimidated to shut their cameras off,” reports WJZ 23 in Baltimore.
Maryland cops are using a Maryland law that states conversations in private cannot be recorded without the consent of both people involved in order to go about their business of harassing, intimidating, and assaulting citizens.
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April 5, 2010
Open Letter to Paul Gallegos,
Witness to a Shooting, Karina Vargas
YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia , News feature, VIDEO, AUDIO, Words by Karina Vargas, as told to Josue Rojas, Posted: Feb 20, 2009
CopWatch Training Saturday, October 11th
at HSU's MultiCultural Center (MCC), Arcata
The MCC is located on the south side of the HSU Library in Balabanis House 55.
CopWatch Training Saturday, October 18th
at PARC [Peoples' Action for Rights and Community]
on 2nd Street, between D and E, upstairs in the wooden complex