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Taking Liberties: MD Police Sued Over Erased Cell Phone Video
It’s a First Amendment lawsuit against Baltimore, Maryland police. The defendant claims his rights were violated, when police confiscated his iPhone and erased video he had just taken of officers beating a woman after she was already subdued.
Is filming this type of incident a disruption of law enforcement? Or are the police in violation of civil liberties?
FOX’s Douglas Kennedy has more in this Taking Liberties report:
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