Sydney Police ‘naive’ to tell public not to film arrest

Belinda Kontominas
Sydney Morning Herald
March 6, 2013

Police involved in a violent arrest during the Sydney Mardi Gras displayed a level of naivety by telling members of the public to stop filming the incident, a senior police officer has said.

The police need to be mature enough to know that everyone on the street basically has a mobile phone with camera capability and they are going to be filmed

Footage posted on YouTube shows a handcuffed man with a head wound, being thrown to the ground by a police officer during festivities on Saturday night. During the incident both the policeman and another officer tell the person to stop filming with their mobile phone.

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