• Carlos Miller
The soldiers threatened to confiscate his cameras because there happened to be a military checkpoint in the vicinity.
But even if there was a checkpoint, it is unlikely that he would have been banned from photographing it, according to Mickey Osterreicher, attorney for the National Press Photographers Association.
“You have to have something clearly posted that photography is not allowed,” Osterreicher said. “It has to make some reference to some valid justification.”
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