NYPD Arrest Video on Rocketboom
- Just a follow-up from my earlier post:
Working with Jen Myronuk, we produced/edited a short video/field
segment for Rocketboom in response to the NYTimes articles about
illegal NYPD surveillance during the 2004 RNC convention.
Just wanted to share this video with the community and would really
appreciate your thoughts. I may take part in legal action to get
access to the surveillance records under the Freedom of Information
- Might help if you read the NYTimes article for background on NYPD
surveillance leading up the the RNC in 2004:
Yes, BikesAgainstBush was a very public project -- it was in the news
media, and had a videoblog. The issue is in the way it was treated as
a "threat" by law enforcement and systematically prevented.
On 4/2/07, John Dowdell <jdowdell@...> wrote:
> Joshua Kinberg wrote:
> > Working with Jen Myronuk, we produced/edited a short video/field
> > segment for Rocketboom in response to the NYTimes articles about
> > illegal NYPD surveillance during the 2004 RNC convention.
> So... you were the good surveillers, doing surveillance on the bad
> surveillers, is that it...?
> (Me, I think that if you're in the public record, you're in the public
> record, and it's strange to try to apply different rules to different
> people. But I'm probably being insufficiently nuanced again....)
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