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Old 07-28-2010, 03:02 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by MNJRR View Post
Interesting, although the person in question wasn't being the most cooperative with the cop which i dont think helped the situation. Any time a cop approaches me I just out right answer his questions gotta try our best to stay on their good side and they can't arrest you if you're not doing anything illegal.
I'm sure the whole situation could've been avoided if the photographer just simply state he was doing it for fun, but in my opinion, the photographer should have the right to keep information from a police officer, especially when the photographer is certain he/she is not violating any rules. From what I could tell, the photog was in a public location, doing a perfectly normal activity, and was in no way attempting to document a future territory act.

Officers always exceed their rights and think everything they dislike should be prohibited.

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