Skip to comments.Spain considers banning photos of police on duty
Posted on 10/22/2012 9:52:47 PM PDT by Olog-hai
Spain is considering a ban on photographing, filming or reproducing images of police and state security forces who are on duty, officials said Friday.
Interior Minister Jorge Fernandez Diaz said the government is considering prohibiting the capture, playback and processing of images, sounds or data of security forces while "in the exercise of their functions."
Many Spaniards have been shocked by images of violence between police and protesters, especially after television images of clashes near Parliament on Sept. 25 showed several protesters bloodied and in need of medical attention.
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Inch by inch, step by step.
no video evidence of police commiting crimes. harder to prove in court, if you’re still alive.
That’s pretty bad. Only brutal dictatorships like the People’s Republic of China or the State of Illinois ban filming police officers.
Spanish cockroaches are little different from American cockroaches; neither likes the light of truth turned on them.
Even Francisco Franco would be mortified about this....obviously sounds like the Spanish police and govt plan to kill a lot of people....they gotta find a way to save money...dead folks produce instant austerity
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