A protest group has posted what appears to be the first video of the Supreme Court taken inside the courtroom with the court in session.
The Supreme Court forbids cameras and all other electronic devices, but members of the protest group 99Rise appear to have shot video on two separate occasions since October.
The more recent footage, posted on YouTube, captures a courtroom protest on Wednesday by a man the court identified as Noah Newkirk of Los Angeles. A 99Rise news release posted online says group co-founder Kai Newkirk was the person who called on the court to overturn its 2010 Citizens United decision. Police hustled him out of the courtroom and charged him with disturbing the proceedings.
The protest was the first to disrupt an argument session in more than seven years, since the court heard an abortion dispute in late 2006.