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Topic: CIVIL RIGHTS
By Associated Press
BEAVERTON, Ore. (AP) - Beaverton police say a 27-year-old man has been charged with interception of communication because he audio recorded a confrontation between an officer and a man being arrested at a bowling alley this week.
State law allows audio material to be recorded only if one of the parties is aware the recording is taking place.
Authorities say neither the officer nor the man being arrested knew that Ho Xent Vang of Aloha was recording their words on a cell phone.
Police said Friday that Vang also had video of the arrest, but that's permissible.
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