In recent months, there appears to have been an increase in the number of journalists and citizens who have been arrested for filming police officers while on duty. Last week, the U.S Court of Appeals in Boston ruled in favor of a man who got arrested when he filmed what he thought was excessive force on the part of police officers. More from The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press.
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