Why is photography now considered a terrorist act?

Started Oct 2, 2013 | Discussions thread
Charles Wass Regular Member • Posts: 230
Re: Why is photography now considered a terrorist act?

In many cases it is just as Osvaldo says.  However, reckless security guards with that sort of outlook can cause serious problems.  As an example, two or three years ago in central London a guard at a nearby building challenged a professional photographer who was shooting a rose garden on the site of a ruined church.  The photographer declined to stop and so the guard called the police.  The City of London police sent seven officers in four vehicles to deal with the matter.  As far as I recall the guard suffered no consequences for wasting police time, in spite of the fact that the publicity must have been embarrassing for the police

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