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Man charged after videotaping police

So I've lived in Atlanta for 3.6 years now and miss my old hometown of Nashua NH. A small town of NH with less than 90k residents. That is until I saw the following linked off of slashdot.

"NASHUA A city man is charged with violating state wiretap laws by recording a detective on his home security camera, while the detective was investigating the man's sons."

"Police instead arrested Gannon, charging him with two felony counts of violating state eavesdropping and wiretap law by using an electronic device to record Karlis without the detective's consent."

"Gannon wanted to lodge a complaint against Karlis, who had come to the family's house while investigating their sons, Janet Gannon said. She said Karlis showed up late at night, was rude, and refused to leave when they asked him."

Yes you heard it, he had a security system installed 2 years previously at his home, used the already installed camera's to point out police harrassment and was charged with 2 felony's. Seriously, what the hell is wrong with people?

Article Link: http://www.nashuatelegraph.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060629/NEWS01/106290121


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