Michael Allison from Bridgeport, IL won an important freedom victory when a judge threw out charges against him (total 75 years for recording public officials doing their public work) and ruled Illinois eavesdropping law as unconstitutional.
This draconian law has been used against citizens recording police activity in public, and citizens recording public officials doing public duty.
Originally the law was intended to protect citizens private conversations from being recorded without their knowledge.
Now Lisa Madigan is appealing to the supreme court. Those who love freedom ought to support Michael Allison.