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Why they want to make it a crime to take photographs of the police

April 8, 2009

Justin McKeating found this interesting picture of a police medic at work: “Now, I’ve never had any medical training so can someone more knowledgeable please tell me what the above procedure is called and what it’s used for in a medical capacity?” Link to post. (Link to Amjamjazz’z original photo)

(Thanks to @loveandgarbage for the tip. Justin is @chickyog )

Of course, everyone’s talking about this. Another thing they would have preferred you hadn’t seen.  I guess if I was a policeman, I too would like some privacy when I’m walking down the road with a stick.)

7 comments

  1. [...] Justin McKeating asks: “Now, I’ve never had any medical training so can someone more knowledgeable please tell me what the above procedure is called and what it’s used for in a medical capacity?” (via, Why That’s Delightful!) [...]


  2. [...] Justin McKeating asks: “Now, I’ve never had any medical training so can someone more knowledgeable please tell me what the above procedure is called and what it’s used for in a medical capacity?” (via, Why That’s Delightful!) [...]


  3. [...] Justin McKeating asks: “Now, I’ve never had any medical training so can someone more knowledgeable please tell me what the above procedure is called and what it’s used for in a medical capacity?” (via, Why That’s Delightful!) [...]


  4. [...] Justin McKeating asks: “Now, I’ve never had any medical training so can someone more knowledgeable please tell me what the above procedure is called and what it’s used for in a medical capacity?” (via, Why That’s Delightful!) [...]


  5. [...] Justin McKeating asks: “Now, I’ve never had any medical training so can someone more knowledgeable please tell me what the above procedure is called and what it’s used for in a medical capacity?” (via, Why That’s Delightful!) [...]


  6. [...] While I’ve mentioned this before, the G20 protest has brought back to the fore exactly where the law stands on taking photos of the police. Graham Linehan demonstrated why they want to make it a crime to take photographs of the police. [...]


  7. [...] Section 76 of the Counter-Terrorism Act 2008. This is the law that people like Cory Doctorow and Graham Linehan are citing when they write that it is illegal to take photographs of the police here in the [...]



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