Student Arrested For Recording Cops

The video taken by Hartford appears to show that the officers only arrested the original student because Hartford began filming. One officer, who began dancing when the camera was turned on, looked into the camera and said, “Watch this.” He then asked the student who they were questioning whether he was with Hartford. When the student replied yes, the officer turned to another officer and said, “Cuff him up.”

Article from The Quinnipiac Chronicle

7 Responses to “Student Arrested For Recording Cops”

  1. 1 DT October 4, 2010 at 8:56 pm

    When does it end? When does some judge, some where, become so sick and tired of police abuse of power that he not only drops all charges against the citizen who photographed or taped the police, but throws the arresting officers in prison for 5 years as an example to police every where?

    I’m so tired of seeing this that I’m at that point. Title 42 USC Section 1983 lawsuits are simply not good enough. Victims rarely have the resources to bring those lawsuits. And when an attorney does sue under section 1983 it’s typically directed at the city PD rather than the individual officers because the city has the money. So even if the victim wins, the taxpayer pays and the officers involved suffer nothing, not even a mark on their records.

    We need prison sentences, hard time, for cops who violate the Constitution or abuse their power. At this point I am convinced that nothing less will do.

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