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"Respect the public's right to know" - At Wall Street protests, clash of reporting and policing

New York Times :: In late November, the police commissioner, Raymond W. Kelly, ordered every precinct in his domain to read a statement. Officers, the commissioner said, must “respect the public’s right to know about these events and the media’s right of access to report..” Any officer who “unreasonably interferes” with reporters or blocks photographers will be subject to disciplinary actions.- These are fine words.

Recent events suggest that the commissioner should speak more loudly.

Continue to read Michael Powell, www.nytimes.com

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