“Police militarization has been among the most consequential and unnoticed developments of our time, and it is now beginning to affect press freedom.”
August 14, 2014 | Source: Monroe Gallery of Photography
Occupied Ferguson. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)
"Police militarization has been among the most consequential and unnoticed developments of our time, and it is now beginning to affect press freedom."
HuffPost, Washington Post reporters assaulted, arrested in Ferguson
Police firing tear gas at a TV news camera crew, in Ferguson, Mo., which is a city in the United States of America
"A SWAT team. To take out cameras. In the United States of America. Because you know how dangerous it is when people start pointing those things around"
The fiasco in Ferguson shows why you don't give military equipment to cops
You have a right to record the police
The Militarization of U.S. Police: Finally Dragged Into the Light by the Horrors of Ferguson
NYPD sends memo telling officers they're allowed to be photographed
Photos: Protests continue for fourth night in Ferguson
"The gentleman on the left has more personal body armor and weaponry than I did while invading Iraq"
Ferguson or Iraq? Photos Unmask the Militarization of America's Police
"During the Obama administration, according to Pentagon data, police departments have received tens of thousands of machine guns; nearly 200,000 ammunition magazines; thousands of pieces of camouflage and night-vision equipment; and hundreds of silencers, armored cars and aircraft"
How the Post-Dispatch's photo staff is covering Ferguson
Related: FREEDOM OF THE PRESS?
"Is there too much press freedom? Ask 72 dead journalists"
"unprecedented rise in the number of journalists killed and imprisoned in the past year"
Comprehensive investigation of threats to press freedoms under the Obama administration