Emily Good, the 28-year-old community activist who was arrested after recording Rochester Police make a traffic stop, is relieved she's no longer facing a criminal charge. But she's disturbed that the Rochester Police union continues to believe there was nothing wrong with her arrest. Since she was detained, a burglar stole the iPod she used to record her police confrontation. Plus her supporters received multiple parking tickets while they gathered at a meeting. Good and Rochester newspaper columnist, Erica Bryant, spoke with CNN's Don Lemon about the controversy.