Hofstra student Daniel Martins claims Nassau police violated his First Amendment rights during protest

Daniel Martins, 21, says he took a cellphone

Daniel Martins, 21, says he took a cellphone video of Nassau police about to arrest him on June 6. (July 1, 2014 5:57 PM)

A Hofstra University student claims that his rights were violated by Nassau police while he was trying to exercise his First Amendment rights.

Daniel Martins, 21, says he took a cellphone video of Nassau police about to arrest him on June 6. He says he was holding an American flag and an “Impeach Obama” sign on an overpass between exits 40 and 41 on the Long Island Expressway. Martins says...

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