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Judge: Citizens Can Sometimes Be Stopped From Recording Cops

The American Civil Liberties Union plans to appeal a recent federal court ruling that citizens can sometimes be stopped from recording police officers on duty.   Philly says the appeal concerns a ruling issued Friday in Philadelphia by U.S. District Court Judge Mark Kearney.   Kearney ruled that citizens don't have an unfettered right to record police activity. He said police are free to stop such recordings unless the person shooting the video announces he or she is...

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