May 07, 2010

Threatened For Filming Fed

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After Aaron Dykes refused to provide his full

name, he was told to leave public property immediately or face arrest because the bank was concerned about what he was filming–

despite the fact that the female security guard repeatedly admitted he had done nothing wrong.


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