Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) fled into a bathroom in October to escape activists filming her because she knew “it was illegal for someone to record another person inside the bathroom,” according to a police report.
The Arizona State University (ASU) Police Department’s report on the October 3 incident was published Wednesday by the Arizona Mirror, revealing Sinema’s stated strategy to shake a group of protesters heckling and filming her during a break she took from the class she was teaching. Sinema entered the bathroom because of a law that forbids unwanted filming while the victim is “urinating, defecating, dressing, undressing, nude” or engaged in a sexual act, according to the Mirror.
Police officer Katie Fuchtman spoke with Sinema after the incident. The Arizona Democrat told the officer
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