Monthly Archives: March 2008

New Website allows citizens to rate their local cops

So far, I rated three of the five Miami cops who arrested me last year on, a Website that was launched last month that allows civilians to rate the cops they encounter. Read the L.A. Daily News article here. I gave Sgt. Rahming and Officer Kurver the lowest ratings possib

Read More »

Store owner overreacts to my photography

She weighed less than 100 pounds, but that didn’t stop her from aggressively grabbing my lens when I tried to photograph her. And the only reason I even tried to photograph her was because she had threatened to call the cops on me after I refused to hand over my driver license.

Read More »

The Ten Legal Commandments for photographers

The Ten Legal Commandments for photographers comes to us from Photojojo. I would like to send this in a mass email to every single law enforcement agency in the country. I. Anyone in a public place can take pictures of anything they want. Public places include parks, sidewalks, malls, etc. M

Read More »

Why I removed the previous blog post

An editor at the New York Post just informed me that whatever happens to me while on assignment for the Post is only for publication in the Post. In other words, I was being asked to remove the blog post. Because this was my first assignment with the New York Post and I have yet to sign

Read More »

Story continues below...

Want to support the investigative journalism you're reading on Use this button to make a donation of any amount to "The PINAC Fund"

Please donate to The PINAC Fund a 501(c)3 charitable fund that supports our investigative journalism efforts. Once we reach 1000 subscribers, then we'll launch the ad free and premium version for subscribers!

Monthly Tax Deductible Donation to the PINAC Fund