This article was originally posted by Carlos Miller at PhotographyIsNotaCrime.com on April 25, 2013.
Less than two weeks after he was arrested for video recording cops from a public street, Alex Lege was arrested again for the same thing.
This time it was the Eunice Police Department that arrested Lege, according to his girlfriend, Tessi Angelique Abshire, who posted the news on a Facebook page Lege created called Eunice Uncensored, where he attempts to shed a light on the police department.
Lege, who was arrested earlier this month by the Lafayette Parrish Sheriff’s Office, has previously posted videos where he was threatened by Eunice police while video recording them from a very respectable distance.
In the following video, Lege is threatened with physical harm by an old man who takes exception to being video recorded in public.
A Eunice cop then walks up and accuses Lege of “invading my crime scene” when Lege was nowhere near the scene.
Lege walks further back but the officer continues to order him away, so Lege ends up walking across the street to continue video recording.
The cop also tells him that the supreme court has ruled that citizens have the right to sue people who video record them in public, which is not true.