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ARRESTED FOR PHOTOGRAPHING LAPD FROM A PUBLIC SIDEWALK

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Published on Aug 7, 2013

As of September 14, 2013, LAPD is now actively targeting, harassing, and threatening the homeless man I photograph who was present this day and witnessed my arrest.

US DOJ letter on the constitutional right to record police:

http://www.justice.gov/crt/about/spl/...

On June 2, 2013 after photographing two LAPD officers from a public sidewalk and approximately 90-100 ft. away, Shawn Nee was arrested. The officers claimed he interfered with their police investigation. Shawn was transported to the Hollywood police station, handcuffed to a bench, and brought to an interrogation room for questioning. Despite their claims of interference, Shawn was eventually released without charge. Shawn did not receive any kind of citation either.

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