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Illinois Prosecutor Invokes Homeland Security in Recording Cops Case

4 years agoNews : The Agitator

Christopher Drew, whom I’ve written about here and here, is a Chicago artist who was arrested in December 2009 for recording his arrest by a Chicago police officer. Drew set out to get arrested. He was protesting a Chicago city ordinance that prevented him from selling art on city streets without a permit. He says [...]
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