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DURHAM -- Lawyers for the North Carolina Press Association say Durham police officers violated Durham-based photographer Julian Harrison's rights to work as a journalist when they confiscated his equipment and took him into custody at the scene of a Nov. 3 officer-involved shooting.

Amanda Martin, general counsel for the NCPA, said the fact the incident was not the only time officers had attempted to bar Harrison from working was "offensive to the First Amendment." The incident occurred when Harrison was videotaping the scene of the Nov. 3 shooting. City Councilman Eugene Brown has... Read more

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Tulsa PD Officer: "I'm Innocen

A Tulsa Police officer who says heís at the center of a police corruption investigation, gives his side of the story. Officer Jeff Henderson is now on leave of absence from the department as a result of an ongoing grand jury investigation into allegations that Tulsa Police officers fabricated drug deals. In his first television interview, Officer Jeff Henderson and his defense team sit down with FOX23ís Emily Sinovic to explain why he says, heís innocent.

This all started after an informant, used in drug busts, came forward and told investigators, Tulsa Police Officer Jeff Henderson and another U.S. ATF agent had lied about a drug bust, fabricating the details. The resulting investigation has lead to the one indictment of that former ATF agent.
Henderson has not been charged, but he has been placed on administrative leave since March, and he, his investigator and defense attorney told FOX23, he feels like heís been tried and convicted in the publicís eye.
 

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