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May 6, 2022

Moments of cops caught on tape for brutality and general cruelty through dash cam footage and civilians filming them. John Iadarola and Adrienne Lawrence break it down on The Damage Report.
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Video Shows California Cops Arresting Mom and Grandma for Filming Them - https://reason.com/2022/03/08/video-shows-california-cops-arresting-mom-and-grandma-for-filming-them/
"Police officers in Hemet, California, arrested a mother and grandmother for filming them during a traffic stop last March, recently released cell phone videos show.
A federal civil rights lawsuit filed last Thursday on behalf of Mariah Herefored, her mother Monett Herefored, and her fiance Ryan Gadison, says Hemet police illegally searched Gadison's car and then violently arrested Herefored and her mother for filming the encounter.
Cell phone videos from both women appear to show yet another instance of police retaliating and arresting people for filming them. Federal appeals courts have repeatedly upheld the First Amendment right to film the police, so long as one doesn't interfere with their duties, but cases of illegal arrests still pop up around the country."
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