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Submission + - Obama Administration supports journalist arrested after recording cops (arstechnica.com)

SplatMan_DK writes: Ars Technica reports that the Obama Administration has filed a brief in support of a Maryland photojournalist who says he was arrested and beaten after he took photographs of the police arresting two other men. The brief by the Justice Department argues that the US Constitution protects the right to photograph the actions of police officers in public places and prohibits police officers from arresting journalists for exercising those rights.
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Obama Administration supports journalist arrested after recording cops

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