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Police In UK Detain Men For Videography After Osama's Death

Now that Osama bin Laden is dead, we can go back to living normal lives where photographers do not get accused of terrorism, right?

Wrong.

Just hours after it was announced he had been killed, five men were arrested in England for videotaping outside a nuclear power plant.

The men, who are believed to be Muslim, were incarcerated overnight while police raided their London homes.

However, police have yet to connect them to anything other than videography.

The men were detained under the United Kingdom’s controversial Terrorism Act, which allows police to detain photographers on suspicion of terrorism who are doing nothing but taking pictures in public.

British officials believed the men were possibly seeking revenge on bin Laden’s death by videotaping the power plants.

Now that Osama bin Laden is dead, we can go back to living normal lives where photographers do not get accused of terrorism, right?

Wrong.

Just hours after it was announced he had been killed, five men were arrested in England for videotaping outside a nuclear power plant.

The men, who are believed to be Muslim, were incarcerated overnight while police raided their London homes.

However, police have yet to connect them to anything other than videography.

The men were detained under the United Kingdom’s controversial Terrorism Act, which allows police to detain photographers on suspicion of terrorism who are doing nothing but taking pictures in public.

British officials believed the men were possibly seeking revenge on bin Laden’s death by videotaping the power plants.

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