This is the picture that BBC photographer Jeff Overs was taking when he was suspected of being a terrorist.
It’s been almost a year since the United Kingdom enacted a law that turned photographers into terrorists but it is only now that the British mainstream media is maki
Update: Arizona detention officer spared from jail because judge “screwed up”.
Defying a court order, Maricopa County detention officer Adam Stoddard said he would rather go to jail than apologize for swiping a defense attorney’s court file.
Now it’s up Superi
Slain cops (photo from Salem-News)
Clockwise from top left: Greg Richards, Mark Renninger, Ronald Owens and Tina Griswold.
Police have turned against the media in the wake of four cops getting ambushed and executed in a Washington coffee shop over the weekend.
As we learned a couple of weeks ago, the Transportation Security Administration does not have a specific ban on photography inside airports.
That, of course, doesn’t prevent TSA officials from making up their own laws.
A man who goes by Villagechief on Flyer Talk describes how
Walmart did an excellent job in controlling the crowds during Black Friday this year.
At least that is what the mainstream media is telling us.
But then again, they were not exactly allowed to enter the stores to see for themselves (except for four pre-selected locations in the coun