With all the chaos and yelling and turmoil surrounding him as he was trying to handcuff Oscar Grant, BART police officer Johannes Mehserle managed to say quite a mouthful to his partner before pulling his gun out and shooting Grant.
“I’m going to taze him, I’m going to t
Amtrak officials have assured the National Press Photographers Association that they are developing new photography guidelines as well as revising existing guidelines within the Amtrak Police Department.
In response to several inquiries by the National Press Photographers Association to t
In case the War on Photography hasn’t sent a chill down your spine yet, this one should do it.
Beginning February 16th, a new law will go into effect in the United Kingdom which would make it illegal to photograph “members of armed forces, a member of the intelligence services,
One of the best things about running this blog and watching it grow in popularity each day is that I get acquainted with other bloggers, each who bring their own perspective, passion and expertise into the blogosphere.
Two bloggers I became acquainted with this week are a retired Virginia
More than 45 percent of Photography is Not a Crime readers who participated in last week’s poll did not vote for Barack Obama. But of those 108 readers, nearly 20 percent now believe he was the right choice.
A total of 233 readers participated in the poll with 54 percent saying they