A Case Of Asserting Your Rights To Film

Ok, so we highly recommend that you do not actually do what you’ve seen in this video. It’s best to be calm, cool, collected and talk in a normal tone when addressing police officers. This footage was shot a couple of years ago, when Luke Rudkowski had a very bad day and was still maturing as a journalist. WeAreChange strongly believes in the right to film in public, but many times police officers incorrectly view this as a crime and use intimidation to stop the legal right to film. This time the opposite scenario played out, which we wanted to share with you.

Via WeAreChange

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  • asshurtmacfags

    I find it peculiar that Mr Rudkowski writes about his experiences in the third-person. I guess it makes sense from a professional and organizational stand-point, it’s just weird when you know he’s doing the writing. Takes away from the personal nature of his reporting.

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