Photographic Protest

So freelance photographer Steve Malik was taking some photos of MUNI Metro. Suddenly, a hodgepodge of fuzz came and tried to arrest him. But get this: there’s no statute in the books to prevent people from taking photos of city property.

Tomorrow afternoon, several photographers will meet at the Embarcadero Center at high noon and take photos out of protest.

I’m going to have to dig up my digital camera, but if you’re in San Francisco, bring your camera to Jackson West’s photographic protest. If I can find my cam, I’ll post the pics.

(via Smoke)

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  1. I wonder if I could, likewise, citizen’s arrest a MUNI bus driver after blatantly running red lights. Of course, this would keep me from fighting ‘real’ crime elsewhere. Now, where’s my cape?

  2. Men do not differ much about what things they will call evils; they differ enormously about what evils they will call excusable.” – G K Chesterton in ILN, 10/23/09

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