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Now if -- items from our freedom files regular viewers of freedom march are familiar with the government's war on photographers.
In his latest column the author George Will writes quote.
From a -- terrorists might take pictures of potential infrastructure targets.
It's a short slide down a slippery slope to the judgment that photography as a potential indicator -- terrorism can be.
George brings up the story of show on -- In Los Angeles it was oppressed by police and some photographing the city's controversial new subway turnstiles.
-- asserts that detained in the -- even asked him into his plan to sell the photos to al-Qaeda.
When he asserted its right to remain silent.
The police responded that they put his name on a terror list so that -- where mr.
need is required to show his ID EP flagged contained and searched.
I didn't know that LA cops can administer their own punishment -- -- -- crimes does that sound like a free country to yield.
File this one under do as I say not as I do.
-- Georgia state legislature or was charged with drinking and driving after being pulled over by police early Friday morning.
The lawmakers may often feel they're above the law and even as you know write some laws which they -- from which they exempt themselves.
They are in fact not above the law what makes this case -- noteworthy.
Is that the 29 year old Republican state representative.
His name is kept -- It's the sponsor a bill that would drug test welfare recipients yearly.
In a similar scheme in Florida.
It was determined that fewer than 2% of welfare recipients were on drugs and actually caused more to implement the program on the program say.
With state representative Smith now demand that lawmakers like himself be subjected to drug tests.
Have you seen this video.
Very I don't know what is who.
Hello -- A little.
So much for the unloaded gun that was -- -- the DEA agent in that video who shot himself in the leg.
While displaying his firearm at a community center at a college community centers safety presentation.
It became an Internet sensation.
Viewed by millions of people.
Embarrassed agent -- responded by suing his employer -- drug enforcement administration for making they they video of this available.
This week and appeals court upheld a 2010 federal court ruling that the video did not violate the agents privacy.
Because it happened that a public community center during an event that was open to anyone.
-- page may be still be embarrassed because of what he did.
But what he did is even more embarrassing.
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