Another police officer proved to be ignorant of the First Amendment after he handcuffed New York Daily News photographer Julia Xanthos when she took a photograph of a rescue scene on a public sidewalk last May.
New York Police Officer John Evans sat her down on the sidewalk with her camera s
Walter Miller understands the importance of maintaining security precautions regarding sensitive government buildings. The Texas man works for NASA, after all.
But he also understands the importance of maintaining common sense when it comes to photographing government buildings. It is a Firs
Not if you live in Silver Spring, Maryland where the private company that revitalized the area is now claiming ownership of the city’s downtown, thus barring photographers from snapping photos.
Never mind the fact that Montgomery County taxpayers paid $100 million towards the $400 mill
In what seems to be a growing trend sweeping the country, police arrested a man after he used a camera to record their actions.
These arrests have become so widespread that even Fox News is taking notice. Well, actually a freelancer who writes a biweekly column for them.
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In an incident that has received absolutely no coverage from the mainstream media, freelance journalist Matt Lepacek was arrested at a New Hampshire press conference Tuesday after asking a Rudy Giuliani staffer about the ex-mayor’s prior knowledge of a collapse of a World Trade Center bu