If you're in a small room, it's nearly impossible to get and stay 25 feet away from anyone not in a corner.
Etc. Just use your common sense and there's all the evidence you need.
And the legislation amends a law that already makes it a crime to interfere with the police. This proposal creates special restrictions applicable ONLY to those recording the event. It's really a terrible idea, from start to finish.
Blah, blah.... And I don't know how the courts will rule, but if it's enacted, it will take years to get through the system. And it's beside the point anyway. It's a good idea or not, and I can't see any redeeming feature of it, unless you're a cop and want fewer recordings made, and an easy excuse to harass, arrest and even jail those who DO choose to record your actions.Somehow I doubt that. I know how the Amerikan left operates. You're the guys who issue death threats over pizza shops not wanting to cater gay weddings.
hysteria is common, but if your claims are correct, it is an open and shut case
[QUOTE=BrewerBob;1064512819]Within 25 feet.
I am a strong supporter in the public's right to record police officers./QUOTE]But I also don't have a problem with giving the officers a buffer zone to do their work. Reasonable people can certainly disagree on what that distance should be.[
Arms length should be good enough, eh?
If you're not touching them, you're not interfering with them.
Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy