The sham Jan 6th committee just got sued again.
A freelance journalist has sued them after the committee subpoenaed Harris’ cell phone carrier.
She said she never entered the US Capitol.
Her work has been featured in multiple mainstream media outlets.
— Just the News (@JustTheNews) December 16, 2021
Freelance photojournalist Amy Harris is suing the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol attack after the panel issued what she calls “an invasive and sweeping subpoena” of her phone records.
Her work has been featured in the Washington Post, Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone and Time magazine, and she is a member of the National Press Photographers Association (NPPA). Harris captured photos of the 2020 political unrest, documenting the far-right Proud Boys and the Black Lives Matter protests.
On Jan. 6, Harris interacted with the Proud Boys but she did not enter the Capitol, she maintains. Instead, she chose to stay outside with other photographers and those images were later published by the Washington Post and others.
The committee specifically subpoenaed Harris’ cell phone carrier Verizon to see all subscriber information, calls, text messages and other records associated with her phone from Nov. 1, 2020 through Jan. 31, 2021. Verizon planned on complying with the subpoena unless Harris challenged it in court by Wednesday.
The 23-page complaint argues that the subpoena violates “her First Amendment rights as a journalist, her protection under the D.C. Shield law, and her Fourth Amendment right against unlawful search and seizure.”
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