My Latest Philadelphia Inquirer Article

I had an article in today’s Philadelphia Inquirer on the public’s right to take photos of police officers in public places. Here’s a link to the article below. Please comment below or email me at .

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One Response to My Latest Philadelphia Inquirer Article

  1. Jackson Kapp says:

    Very interesting and personal for me as a professional photographer and former photojournalist. I’ve been in situations where that type of thing might have happened. Although my time as a PJ was many years ago before the digital revolution where everybody and their Uncle Charlie has access to still and video recording.

    Bottom line is that when a police officer tells you to stop, don’t start quoting your 1st amendment rights or you could end up banged around, in handcuffs and laying all night in a filthy drunk tank with men dressed as women and worse as your cellmates. Doesn’t sound like fun, does it? Like it or not-the authorities are in charge. Don’t want to end up hungry and thirsty, in dirty clothes, unable to use a bathroom when needed, and standing in front of a magistrate looking like a low life after 17 1/2 hours in the tank, then do what the officer says and do it quickly without getting all sanctimonious about your rights. Those are the realities Prof Larry.

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