Philly Pays $250K to Two Who Tried to Film Police

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Philadelphia will pay $250,000 to two people who claimed that police officers violated their First Amendment rights by blocking them from taking photos of police activity, Philly.com reports. The settlements ended years of legal wrangling over civil suits by  activist Amanda Geraci and former Temple University student Richard Fields. The ACLU of Pennsylvania, which brought the cases, said . . .

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