NYPD gain videotaping freedom


Joseph Goldstein
The New York Sun

NEW YORK — The police department has gained more freedom to videotape political demonstrations after a federal judge withdrew yesterday a warning he had issued to the department.

The ruling by the judge, Charles Haight Jr. of U.S. District Court in Manhattan, comes in a long-running court case between the city and civil rights attorneys over restrictions on police investigations of political groups.

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