Officer Detains Auditor For Filming From 200ft Away

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The various Circuit Courts of America have ruled multiple time that the right to film the police is protected under the First Amendment. Some officers attempt to use a widely misinterpreted 8th Circuit Court ruling to dispute that, which often ends up in a lawsuit.

This video is for educational purposes, and is in no way intended to provoke, instigate, or shock the viewer. This video was created to educate citizens and law enforcement officers on the civilian rights protected under the First Amendment, the rulings of circuit courts, and various interpretations of related case law. This video does not seek to demonize any party involved in this specific interaction.

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