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Isn’t a 30-foot rule dividing the press from the public Unconstitutional?

• Photography Is Not a Crime
CBS cameraman Glenn McReynolds had a legitimate question: Why is the public allowed inside the federal courthouse when the media is barred?

Security guards told him something about a “30-foot rule” that is meant to separate reporters from people leaving the building.

When that didn’t make sense to him, three Protective Services officers arrived and placed him in handcuffs before walking him to a van outside and citing him for failing to obey a lawful order.

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