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NYPD Blocks Photographer From Covering Occupy Wall Street Protests 


Here is a video of the NYPD trying to block Photographer Robert Stolarik from covering the protest.  He was not doing anything illegal and firmly stands up for himself before being forced to leave.  Do you know your rights as a photographer?  If not, please take a minute to read and download this form now.


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Reader Comments (2)

don't condone the action, but looks like private land to me, so the police are legally removing people...
December 17, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterbycostello
The point isn't whether it is public or private property. The photographer has every right to be there photographing the action. The police were wrong in forcing him to leave. He was breaking no laws.
December 28, 2011 | Unregistered Commentercrunick
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