Two years ago, Dominic Sylvester VonZabern was arrested for photographing a group of homeless people protesting after being ordered out of an encampment by police in California.
About 15 protesters had formed a circle by linking arms, refusing to budge from the encampment. As police tried
An Illinois man who asked a 10-year-old boy to pose in a “catcher’s stance” while he snapped a photo was sentenced to three years in prison on Wednesday.
In issuing the sentence, the judge pointed out that this same man was arrested for disorderly conduct last year for
Update: PINAC reader Theo put together a petition calling for the termination of Oklahoma State Trooper Daniel Martin. For whatever it’s worth, we will send it to Oklahoma Highway Patrol Chief, Colonel Van M. Guillotte. Also, see the dash cam video here.
An Oklahoma State Troop
After reading the report of a tourist who got harassed at the Miami Metrorail for taking photos, Miami blogger and photojournalist Random Pixels wrote an email to some bigwig at Miami-Dade Transit asking for them to clarify their policy on people taking photos of trains.
He got a response:
At a time when newspapers are slashing budgets and ousting reporters, and finding it impossible to find investors, the San Diego Union-Tribune has recently been purchased by high-end investment firm based out of Beverly Hills.
The only problem is that the company, Platinum Equity, is funde