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Film The Police!

Brave New Films just released a new short film about police brutality with a call for us all to do our civil duty and film the police:

From Brave New Films:

Some lawmakers are still pushing to criminalize the recording of police activity in public – and because we know we need more, not less, police accountability, we made this short film to share online!

In 12 states, it is illegal to record audio of police without permission and these states and others are now pushing for further laws criminalizing recording outright.

Filming the police is a right. And it is the only thing bringing the severe injustice of current policing tactics to light.

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Surveillance Jiu-Jitsu: Cop Watcher Extraordinaire Strikes Again, This Time From The Sky!

Tom Zebra is no stranger to filming the police. Just recently Tom was arrested for filming the police and when he got out of jail, he immediately went back to  filming, only to get arrested for it again!

This time Tom has acquired a DJI Phantom 2 Drone fully equipped with a 14MP camera with 1080p HD video capability and live first person view.

Below is the video of Tom Zebra recording the police for the first time with the new drone. He is recording at a DUI CDL sobriety checkpoint in Gardena, CA.

He is expecting feedback from the police department soon. We will keep you updated.

Now for the first time ever, accountability from above!

Read more at TheFreeThoughtProject.com

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Using Mirrors To Show Police What They Have Become


Above: At noon, demonstrators lined the streets of central Kyiv for 30 minutes to hold up mirrors in front of police in commemoration of the Nov. 30 violent dispersal of protesting students from Independence Square. All photos by Kostyantyn Chernichkin (C)

Via PopularResistance.org

Protest of mirrors held to commemorate Nov. 30 police beating of demonstrators

At noon on Dec. 30, protesters in central Kyiv held mirrors in front of police for 30 minutes to commemorate the night of Nov. 30 when riot police used excessive force to breakup a peaceful rally on Independence Square consisting mostly of university students.

In a gesture to remind the police of their violent actions that memorable night, EuroMaidan demonstrators lined up with mirrors to show law enforcement personnel their reflections. The civic demonstration took place near walkways and streets that lead to the government building district where police have been stationed. The buildings include the president’s headquarters, Cabinet of Ministers and central bank, among others.

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