Posts Tagged ‘Carlos Miller’

Photojournalist Acquitted of Resisting Arrest at Occupy Miami Confrontation

Posted by on Monday November 12, 2012 | Photojournalism

A Florida jury has acquitted photographer Carlos Miller of charges that he resisted arrest while covering police action at an Occupy encampment in Miami last January. Police alleged that Miller had refused orders to clear the area, but another journalist provided evidence to support Miller’s claim that he was singled out among several journalists for... More

Activist Carlos Miller Laughs at Plea Bargain Offer

Posted by on Thursday July 19, 2012 | Photojournalism

Give state prosecutors in Miami Dade County, Florida credit for moxie, if not for unintentional Orwellian humor. Photojournalist and First Amendment activist Carlos Miller, who is facing charges for resisting arrest during a police raid on an Occupy encampment last January 31, says the Miami Dade County prosecutors have offered to drop charges against him–if... More

Police Intimidation Watch: Miami-Dade Police Monitoring Activist Photographer

Posted by on Tuesday May 1, 2012 | Photojournalism

Photographer Carlos Miller, owner of the Photography Is Not a Crime blog, has learned that the Miami-Dade Police Department is watching him like, well, police states watch dissidents, just looking for reasons to arrest him. Miller, who has been a tireless critic of police harassment of journalists, was the only person arrested when police cleared... More