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San Diego Trolley Police Prohibit Photography Of Brutality

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Uploaded on Sep 7, 2009

Full blog post: http://www.theworldisraw.com/san-dieg...
The Transit officers for The San Diego Trolley remove a smoker from the 12th & Imperial Transit Center. During and after, I am told that I can not take pictures by two different San Diego Trolley Police Officers. Why do public transportation officers hassle and prohibit San Diego photographers from taking pictures and video of trolley police doing their job? Photography is not illegal. A San Diego Transit (Trolley) police officer says to me in this video that having their picture taken is against their rights, yet avoids answering the question of what the law is that states this. After I stopped filming, another San Diego trolley police officer approached me, checked my pass AGAIN and then said that I "Better be on the next trolley, or..." He then shrugged and grinned coldly at me. Transit police officers working for the San Diego (MTS/SANDAG) trolley have a salary due to OUR taxes. Without public commuters, they have no job. Photography is not illegal!

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