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Caught on Tape: Cops threaten man for recording them on his own dad's property (Manchester Police)





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Sponsor: - MPD threatens man for recording them on his parent's property in New Hampshire.

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A note regarding "the other side of the story." I would prefer to call police, question them and record the entire interaction on tape when they are accused. But the wiretap law - which their chiefs so ardently defend - has a chilling effect on such calls. So I generally choose to practice overobedience; I decline to call for their opinions. In this sense, their bad law saves me time and costs them the chance to present their views.

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