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As with any crime, only a fraction of police crime/misconduct is ever caught, and only a fraction of what's caught actually makes it to the newspapers, and of the police misconduct that is reported in the media, we stumble across only a sliver. These are just a few selected highlights. http://www.policemisconduct.net/ 1Cato Institute http://www.copblock.org/ 2 http://www.photographyisnotacrime.com/ - Carlos Miller - -3 http://www.huffingtonpost.com/news/the-agitator The Agitator>Radley Balko 4 http://www.videomaker.com/community/videonews/2011/08/11175-first-amendment-rights-new-ruling-on-recording-police/ -Your First Amendment Rights – New rulings states you can’t get arrested for videotaping police, politicians, and other government officials. A Federal court ruled in favor of videographers. Americans with recording devices are protected under the First Amendment to record public officials doing their jobs in public. (Read entire ruling)

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