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Re: I was taken in handcuffs for photography at the Freeman St Station on the 2

Posted by Transit Jeff on Wed Feb 18 03:30:50 2009, in response to Re: I was taken in handcuffs for photography at the Freeman St Station on the 2, posted by LuchAAA on Tue Feb 17 23:22:55 2009.

Actually, I'd love to know what the status of this is, since the offices were open on Tuesday. I've been reading much in this thread, but so far, nothing of what actually took place in the office Tuesday.

Also, in December, I rode the historic R-9 subway train one Sunday. I and dozens of other people had cameras and were taking hundreds of photos on the train and in the stations. Police were everywhere, but I saw nobody hassled or asked to stop. I was never even looked at by the police while photographing. Is this a case of "selective enforcement" by the police. If they really believe photography is against the law in the subway, then why did they look the other way in an event like that?

Could it be that officers in the area where the historic R-9 train ran know what they're doing and officers around Freeman Street on the # 2 are clueless? I'm serious, I'd really like an explanation.

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