Recording police, a crime in the USA?

This video says about itself:

Police Revenge on Those Who Film

14 July 2016

U.S. police continue to be acquitted even with video evidence. Yet those who film the killings are being harassed and some sent to jail.

Over 80 protesters were arrested at two different anti-police violence protests in Baltimore, Maryland, and Portland, Maine: here.

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