graham wrote:Banning the publication of pictures/film of police at work would stop all this media frenzy.
boroughpaul wrote:The "majority stupid and scared"... the stupidity lies in the statement. faced with a rent a mob of mainly foreign anarchists what should the police do? let them go on the rampage smashing and vandalising?? unbelievable!
graham wrote:I don't intend at all. It's just one method that our government could use to stop the problem of Guardian readers et al getting upset. What legislation are you referring to?
Jan the old one wrote:I think people often forget human nature, if I was a police officer/housewife/stall holder and someone whacked me/kneed me it's an instinctive response to clout them back...
Ivanhoe wrote:I think you're right in that it is an instictive response to hit back when you've been hit. But the thing we have to demand from our police is that they are above those instincts.
JayBee wrote:The tourist mentioned in this article makes an interesting point about Google view - I've only heard of individuals objecting to it, not the police or any other authority.http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2009/apr/16/police-delete-tourist-photos
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