News photographer Carlos Miller was photographing police investigating something in a construction zone. The police arrested him and smashed an expensive camera lens. He was acquitted of most of the charges - except resisting arrest, which he is appealing.
Miller created a blog to talk about his legal fight. But soon after he launched Carlosmiller.com - which declares Photography Is Not A Crime, It's A First Amendment Right - a funny thing happened. He began getting reports from all across the nation of other photographers who were being harassed by the police. Miller joins us now live on News Talk Online on Paltalk.com