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July 23, 2012

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l

I applaoud the lawyer and the person who fought this case, Thank you

kilroy238

Or just ignore it completely.

http://www.pixiq.com/article/dc-cops-confiscate-phone-steal-memory-card

Frank Ney

All this means is that the MPD officers will exercise their creative writing skills in the arrest report to justify the detention, confiscation of cell phone/camera, arrest, and subsequent beat down.

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