Fed Ct Rules Public Can Make Photographs of Public Buildings – What would seem like a given right has been restored by Homeland Security

How many of us have been stopped, hassled and at times subjected to a Torquemada inquisition over taking pictures of the exterior of a Federal Building?

A Federal Court has ruled the public may make pictures and Homeland Security has changed the rules instructing their security officers not to prohibit or infringe on the public’s right.

Worth printing and having as part of your kit.

A longer version appears here.

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Author: Peter Shaplen Productions

More than four decades of experience as a journalist, producer, reporter, writer and professor of news, corporate production, crisis management.

2 thoughts on “Fed Ct Rules Public Can Make Photographs of Public Buildings – What would seem like a given right has been restored by Homeland Security”

  1. I assume the HS folks can bust into your home in the middle of the night, arrest you without explaining any charges, take you away without any opportunity to obtain counsel, put you in prison for any length of time, where ever they choose, and still not let you have legal help or tell your family where you are…. Can they still do THAT?

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