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Carlos Miller

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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.

Student tasered for asking the wrong questions

University of Florida student Andrew Meyer asked John Kerry the questions that have been on the minds of many Americans since the 2004 election....

NYPD arrests photographer for snapping a photo on a public sidewalk

Another police officer proved to be ignorant of the First Amendment after he handcuffed New York Daily News photographer Julia Xanthos when she took...

Indianapolis police claim it is unlawful to photograph government buildings

Walter Miller understands the importance of maintaining security precautions regarding sensitive government buildings. The Texas man works for NASA, after all. But he also understands...

So you thought it was legal to take photos from a downtown sidewalk?

Not if you live in Silver Spring, Maryland where the private company that revitalized the area is now claiming ownership of the city's downtown,...

Pennsylvania man charged with felony for filming police

In what seems to be a growing trend sweeping the country, police arrested a man after he used a camera to record their actions....

Journalist arrested for asking the wrong question about Rudy Guliani

In an incident that has received absolutely no coverage from the mainstream media, freelance journalist Matt Lepacek was arrested at a New Hampshire press...

A Coral Gables police officer asks me for a permit after I photograph him

I was standing on a sidewalk on Miracle Mile Thursday night carrying my Canon 5D with a 50 mm f/1.8 lens, a combination that...

Miami police continue to contradict themselves in my case

During the last five days, my attorney conducted depositions on two of the five officers who arrested me, allowing them to further contradict themselves...

The First Amendment prevails again

An appeals court has ruled against family members of an Oklahoma National Guard member whose open casket was photographed by Harper's Magazine. The 2004 funeral...

Calling all bloggers, journalists, activists, photography buffs, music lovers and spoken word aficionados

You are cordially invited to attend the Photography is a First Amendment Right fund raiser Saturday afternoon in Dania Beach. A portion of the proceeds...

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