June 8, 2012

NEW ACLU PHONE APP lets you record the cops. ‘The New York chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union has released an Android application allowing mobile-phone users to easily capture police patdowns on video, which is then automatically uploaded to the rights group’s servers.”

Well, I think you have a constitutional right to do that.

And you might want the app in Chicago, too:

Two men claim in court that Chicago police battered, strip-searched and falsely charged them of crimes they did not commit because they used cellphones to videotape a police officer who was driving on the wrong side of the road when he hit and injured a motorcyclist.

Perhaps Eric Holder will order a civil rights investigation.

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