Carlos Miller of Photography is NOT a Crime wrote a great piece about the Greenfield Police, Sgt. Todd Dodge and the ridiculous wiretapping laws in Massachusetts.
Police once again used felony wiretapping charges to arrest a pair of men who were videotaping them in public.
This time, the incident occurred in Massachusetts, a state that makes it illegal to secretly audio record a public official in public.
However, in this case, it was no secret that the officers were being videotaped because one law enforcement officer even allowed them to continue filming before a cop from another agency stepped in to make the arrests.
That officer, Greenfield Police Sgt. Todd M. Dodge, also searched the men’s RV without a search warrant or their consent.