REPORT: Reporter who refused to identify source is handcuffed as cops raid home

BY TEAM DML / MAY 13, 2019 /

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A California journalist is accusing cops of raiding his home and shackling him after he published information from a confidential police report.

Freelance reporter Bryan Carmody said officers descended Friday on his San Francisco home and office, confiscating dozens of items including his cellphone, computer, hard drives and cameras, the Los Angeles Times reported.

The article goes on to state the following:

Carmody, 49, said he declined to name his source when the San Francisco Police Department asked him a few weeks earlier to identify who provided him details about the Feb. 22 death of public defender Jeff Adachi.

“Of course, I politely declined,” Carmody told the LA Times.

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