Film the police

Prosecutors had sought six months jail and five years probation.
The NYPD says the officers were responding to a call about men fighting with baseball bats. One of those detained says otherwise.
"It's a party, it's a party, it's a party, hey!" an officer seems to say in a secretly made recording following the arrest.
They found him guilty of three misdemeanors and four felonies, carrying maximum sentences that total 11 years in prison.
The charge was later dropped. The man is now suing.
No officers have been criminally charged, despite apparently falsely arresting the victim and several of his family members.
Ramsey Orta maintains that he has been targeted by the NYPD since his video went viral.
Cops arrested him for having the gumption to hold up a camera-phone in their direction. He's now filed a lawsuit in federal court.
Prosecutors had asked for two months prison time.
The NYPD's top officer complained that those who videotape police officers "interfere" and are "creating circumstances that are dangerous."
The man was face down and being subdued by other officers. His charges were later dropped.
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