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Re: MTA training (Re: Called A ''Terrorist'' By A T/O)
Posted by Broadway Lion on Wed Dec 12 10:38:17 2007, in response to Re: MTA training (Re: Called A ''Terrorist'' By A T/O), posted by Railman718 on Wed Dec 12 08:38:18 2007.Photography is permitted.
Reporting Suspicious Behaviour is required.
Photography is and/or can be suspicious.
Ergo: It must be reported.
They cannot *stop* you from taking pictures.
All they can do is *report* you for doing so.
They would be *major-stoopit* to confront you, after all, if you were a terrorist and not just a terror, then they could get blown up. Being blown up is not good for your job security, your health, or your family.
Being written up for NOT reporting these things is likewise not good.
It requires a POLICE OFFICER to question, detain or restrain me from taking pictures. That same police officer can clear you from suspicion if he or she knows what he is about. Few do, or so it might seem.
The P/O should take your information, make a record of it. Perhaps call it in to see if there are any wants or warrants out against you, and then, if finding none, should wish you a good day, and enjoy taking pictures in New York.