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ArbustoBuster Donating Member (956 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Feb-23-07 02:09 PM
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105. "Interfering in a situation with which you had no familiarity"?
Every American has a right and responsiblility to "get involved with the work" of the police. They are not our overlords.

There is a difference between taking photographs of the police from across the street and, say, pulling a cop off of a person he or she is arresting. The first of these things is enshrined in our Constitution. The second of these things is interfering. Kindly learn the difference before you go accusing a journalist of improper behavior again.
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