Pennsylvania cops told a woman that if she did not stop video recording them arresting her daughter outside their home, they would arrest her for felony wiretapping.
The woman stepped inside her home to continue recording, which was when police stormed inside without a warrant and arrested her.
“You don’t have the right to come into my home,” Kia Gaymon can be heard telling Collingdale police officer Carl White as he enters her home.
“I do,” White responds, a man who clearly believes he is above the law.
However, police ended up charging her with disorderly conduct – the catch-all contempt-of-cop charge they use when they can’t find an actual law in the book that was broken – which doesn’t say a thing about video recording people against their wishes.