Witness Stand

Friday, August 11, 2006


Last summer, activist and freelance journalist Josh Wolf took part in an anti-globalization protest in San Francisco. A police car was vandalized and a policeman injured, and Wolf caught it all on tape. He received a subpoena for the entirety of his footage, but refused, and is now in jail for contempt. Brooke speaks with David Carlson, president of the Society of Professional Journalists, about whether journalists should be compelled to cooperate with law enforcement.

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