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Thread: 1CA affirms right to video police, but traffic stops fraught with danger.

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    1CA affirms right to video police, but traffic stops fraught with danger.

    The circumstances of some traffic stops, particularly when the detained individual is armed, might justify a safety measure — for example, a command that bystanders disperse — that would incidentally impact an individual’s exercise of the First Amendment right to film. Such an order, even when directed at a person who is filming, may be appropriate for legitimate safety reasons.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/v...traffic-stops/

    http://media.ca1.uscourts.gov/pdf.op...-2326P-01A.pdf

    Your Honor, it is particularly we legally armed citizen drivers most in need of the protection of police knowing that they are being recorded to ensure their best behavior.
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    This case is like thousands of others - cops who think that they can do anything.

    We must make it allowable for citizens to defend themselves physically from such activity; they are no longer acting as cops but thugs.

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