In Connecticut, Bill Allows Suits over Recorded Arrests
March 26, 2011
From WTNH in New Haven, Connecticut:
“A bill before the Connecticut General Assembly would allow people to sue a police officer who tries to stop them from taking photographs or taping that officer working in the line of duty, such as making an arrest.”
In the video from Wednesday, March 23rd, watch for Mario Cerame, a strong ally in the struggle for police accountability, who has worked, with others, to bring this bill before the Assembly.