We do not “hate cops.” We believe that no one – not even those with badges – has extra rights. The failure to realize and act on that is to our detriment. By focusing the disinfecting light of transparency on public officials we safeguard not just our rights but those of future generations.

Browsing the "photography is not a crime" Tag →

‘Sir Metropolis‘ shared this article, which he published previously with Ben Swann, via CopBlock.org’s submit page. Court documents claim officers of the NYPD’s 63rd Precinct came to Krystle Silvera’s home looking for an ex-boyfriend at 7...

Read More →

UPDATE 2014.02.27 A St. Paul jury found Andrew not guilty! ___________________ CALL & SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS Tell those targeting Andrew Henderson to drop the charges The City of Little Canada – 651-766-4029 – corporation –...

Read More →
cb-propaganda-graphic-filmthepolice-banner

FILM THE POLICE page now live!

December 23, 2013 | 13 Comments

Linked from atop the copblock.org homepage is a new page – Film The Police, which was created to lessen the learning curve associated with that act. The page is structured by the following headings: Why...

Read More →

In start contrast to claims of “serving and protecting”, yesterday, Wednesday, Oct. 23rd, 2013, Brevard County Sheriff employees kidnapped and caged Jeff Gray, who was merely documenting their actions with his videocamera. Gray was not...

Read More →

  John Romero shared the following article, originally posted at TheLibertarianRepublic.com, via CopBlock.org’s submit page. He commented, “You have every right to film any officer in any public place so long as you are not...

Read More →

Carlos Miller on Photography is Not a Crime, Be Your Own Media! This post was shared with me via a social networking site and was originally published at Blip.TV. -Kate As part of the Peaceful...

Read More →

Arizona Copwatcher Raymond had just left a court hearing over his previous arrest for photographing the federal courthouse (http://wp.me/p3d8YI-6gp) when he spotted a Phoenix police officer jaywalking, so he snapped a photo. That resulted in...

Read More →

This post was written by Antonio Buehler, co-founder of the the Peaceful Streets Project. The Peaceful Streets Project will be holding their 2nd Annual Police Accountability Summit on Saturday, August 17th at the AT&T Executive Education...

Read More →

Are Private Prisons OK with Libertarians?

July 14, 2013 | 10 Comments

A few weeks ago Carlos Miller of Photography Is Not A Crime posted the following: The next day George Donnelly, of Arm Your Mind for Liberty, responded: My friend Carlos Miller asked a great question...

Read More →

  Raymond, the man featured in the story, submitted this article which was originally posted at PhotographyIsNotACrime.com by Carlos Miller. Raymond Rodden was bored this week, so he drove to downtown Phoenix and began walking around, snapping...

Read More →
SDPD Phone

Officer Safety – Mobile Phones as Weapons

April 10, 2013 | 39 Comments

Our good friend over at Photography Is Not A Crime, Carlos Miller, updated a Post recently, San Diego Police Attach and Arrest Man Video Recording Them, Claiming Phone Could be a Weapon – Updated As...

Read More →

Juan Santana approached an individual who wore a “Hialeah Police” badge to question the treatment of his friend. Rather than be receptive to a “customer complaint” that individual - Antonio Sentmanat – took Santana’s videocamera and...

Read More →