Photography Is A Suspicious Activity

My thanks to James Finch for the link to this article in the Washington Post. You’ll need to be  registered with the Washington Post  to read the piece but it’s free to register and to read the article..

Here’s another related link which leads to more related links. http://www.photoattorney.com/?p=278

2 Responses to “Photography Is A Suspicious Activity”

  1. Sam D'Amico says:

    I’m with you John.

    We all can be subject personally for civil and criminal sanctions. Government officials should not be any different.

  2. John Cicone says:

    What was particularly galling, as noted in George Wills’ article, was the police threat to report the photographer to the FBI’s Terrorism Liaison Officer’s program, so that the photographer would be harassed every time he flew etc. That is precisely the kind of arrogance that drives me up a wall. It should be actionable. That is, if a government official (police etc.), acts outside the scope of his or her authority, they should be subject personally for civil and criminal sanctions.

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