“Don’t Tase Me, Bro” Joins PINAC as Staff Writer (Updated)

The latest addition to the growing PINAC team is a man who was tased by police while trying to ask Senator John Kerry a question during a visit to the University of Florida in 2007.

Yes, that very one. The “don’t tase me, bro” guy. Mr. Andrew Meyer himself.

That story was one of the first pieces I wrote for this blog.

Meyer, who lives in Miami, is joining Photography is Not a Crime as a staff writer, meaning he’ll soon be pumping out articles on a regular basis.

He not only has a journalism degree from the University of Florida, considered one of the top journalism schools in the country, but a law degree from Florida International University, my alma mater, where I received my journalism education.

Meyer’s education, coupled with his passion for free speech, will give PINAC a solid journalistic boost as well as a fresh (maybe not so jaded) perspective.

If you haven’t seen the video in a while, check it out below.

The latest addition to the growing PINAC team is a man who was tased by police while trying to ask Senator John Kerry a question during a visit to the University of Florida in 2007.

Yes, that very one. The “don’t tase me, bro” guy. Mr. Andrew Meyer himself.

That story was one of the first pieces I wrote for this blog.

Meyer, who lives in Miami, is joining Photography is Not a Crime as a staff writer, meaning he’ll soon be pumping out articles on a regular basis.

He not only has a journalism degree from the University of Florida, considered one of the top journalism schools in the country, but a law degree from Florida International University, my alma mater, where I received my journalism education.

Meyer’s education, coupled with his passion for free speech, will give PINAC a solid journalistic boost as well as a fresh (maybe not so jaded) perspective.

If you haven’t seen the video in a while, check it out below.

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Carlos Millerhttps://pinacnews.com
Editor-in-Chief Carlos Miller spent a decade covering the cop beat for various newspapers in the Southwest before returning to his hometown Miami and launching Photography is Not a Crime aka PINAC News in 2007. He also published a book, The Citizen Journalist's Photography Handbook, which is available on Amazon.

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