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The Mass Anti-Police State Photo Gathering Trafalgar Square: In Photos

by | 23rd, January 2010

WE lined up the 3000-plus photographers taking part in a mass photo gathering in Trafalgar Square, London in defence of street photography. We lined them up and we shot. They shot us. Everyone got shot. The police should like this sort of thing. Loadsa shooting. We saw Old Holborn as the Freedom Warden. We shot him. Following a series of high profile detentions by police, under section 44 of the terrorism act, photographers felt it was time for a mass turnout of professionals and amateurs to defend their rights and stop the abuse of the terror laws. They bomb us. And we get our freedoms curtailed. Shoot!

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Photographers take pictures in London's Trafalgar Square during a mass gathering in protest at stop and search action by police.



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