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Sep 17

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First Amendment Audit Northampton County Courthouse

As members of The Freedom Paradox we often demonstrate our rights in action while filming. One of our fundamental rights today is our right to film. It is universal across the country. Not only is it a right, it is also essential in the world today for protection. Cases of Government run wild are happening […]

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Jul 17

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Updated: Judge Orders Peaceful Man Stunned

In July 2014, Judge Robert C. Nalley robbed a man of his rights by having him stunned for speaking out of turn. The update by the Associated Press reveals that this is not the first time the Judge lost his cool in the court. In fact he went as far as letting the air out of […]

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Jul 17

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Paterson, New Jersey Police Officer Caught Illegally Searching Car

PATERSON, NJ– A video showing a plainclothes law enforcement officer searching a parked minivan in Paterson is under review by the Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office, officials said. The video went viral on Friday after being posted to several media outlets with allegations that the officer was conducting an illegal search of the vehicle. Officials confirmed […]

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Nov 16

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Man Gets Arrested For Paying Fine In Pennies

Paying a fine in pennies as a form of protest has become quite popular. Ever since the monster internet video staring activist Brett Sanders, some have even declared a penny revolution is on the horizon. Some people have also come out against this form of protest. By bringing the topic into the mainstream media, it […]

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Oct 16

PA Makes Police Video Exempt From Public Records Requests

On Wednesday, 10/19/2016, the PA Senate passed a bill which would exempt recordings from law enforcement’s body cameras and dashboard cameras from public records requests. The bill would make it nearly impossible to obtain footage of police misconduct, or anything that is in the public interest, even if the person requesting it appears in the video. […]

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Sep 16

Court Rules Police Can't Block or Censor Facebook Posts

An Indianapolis woman has made a complaint to the local ACLU about being barred from posting on a local public Facebook page. Kymberly Quick, a Beech Grove resident claims in her complaint, that her simple, even respectful, comment that was critical of the Mayor’s Facebook post was not only removed but her ability to comment […]