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Not just the US cops
By Tony Swash on 8/31/2011 6:52:04 PM , Rating: 2
The cops in Britain have also taken a very heavy hand with photographers at times. There has been a long campaign to stop cops in central London from harassing photographers by misusing anti-terror legislation.

There was also a particularly disgraceful example of police violence against a photographer at a demonstration - the police video of the incident actually reveals their behaviour and it's here

http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/jun/21/...

I wrote to the then Home Secretary and my local Member of Parliament complaining about this incident and actually got a a letter back from the head of the cops involved pledging an inquiry, I think they realised that the police had heavily overstepped the mark. The cops still stop people taking photos though.




RE: Not just the US cops
By sprockkets on 8/31/2011 11:56:18 PM , Rating: 5
OMG, Tony just posted on a non-apple story! WTF?


RE: Not just the US cops
By Tony Swash on 9/1/11, Rating: -1
"I'd be pissed too, but you didn't have to go all Minority Report on his ass!" -- Jon Stewart on police raiding Gizmodo editor Jason Chen's home










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