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ACLU Sues Police for Seizing Man’s Phone After Recording

Discussion of legislation relating to computer forensics.
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ACLU Sues Police for Seizing Man’s Phone After Recording

Post Posted: Mon Sep 10, 2012 11:51 am

ACLU Sues Police for Seizing Man’s Phone After Recording Alleged Police Misconduct
www.wired.com/threatle...ver-phone/
aclu-nca.org/sites/def...plaint.pdf
- wired.com of Condé Nast
The ACLU has sued the District of Columbia and two police officers for allegedly seizing the cellphone of a man who photographed a police officer allegedly mistreating a citizen, and for then stealing his memory card.

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- wired.com of Condé Nast
The incident occurred a day after the D.C.’s Metropolitan Police Department issued a General Order informing officers that the public has a First Amendment right to photograph or record police officers performing their duties in public.
 

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