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TAKING PICTURES OF CLOUDS EARNS TEXAS MAN AN FBI VISIT

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Source: RT NEWS


October 09, 2012


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    darsavmo

    almost 2 years ago

    11362 Comments

    The drivers of those Google Map camera cars need to take note ensuring they have no outstanding warrants, all their tickets paid, and prepare for a visit...

  • Female_bodysurfer_max50

    MarlyB

    almost 2 years ago

    5052 Comments

    ssu459, it depends on the cloud.

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    Anonymous

    almost 2 years ago

    So I'm thinking.If I take a pic of the pin oak in my front yard and a cloud appears behind it,I could be in trouble.

  • Female_bodysurfer_max50

    MarlyB

    almost 2 years ago

    5052 Comments

    The whole thing could be solved by hiding refineries behind Cloud Screens.

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    snhadley

    almost 2 years ago

    1290 Comments

    They did there job, period! There was a reason and they followed through. Darn if you do, Darned if you don't!

  • Mr-natural_1__max50

    mz66

    almost 2 years ago

    3906 Comments

    I hear ya, MarlyB. All I can say is I've had my rights as a photographer trampled on for considerably less rationale.

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    MarlyB

    almost 2 years ago

    5052 Comments

    "Be careful next time." What on earth does that mean???

    "Hello, FBI? I'll be taking some pictures of clouds from street level somewhere outside Houston next Tuesday afternoon around 4:00 PM. Can you issue me a Cloud Photography Clearance?"

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    TheSarge

    almost 2 years ago

    1450 Comments

    Interesting.

  • Mr-natural_1__max50

    mz66

    almost 2 years ago

    3906 Comments

    Also note, this is Russian Times. :)

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    mz66

    almost 2 years ago

    3906 Comments

    Please note, they couldn't know what the subject of his pictures were until they asked.

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    darsavmo

    almost 2 years ago

    11362 Comments

    Guess I'll have to start paying more attention to the clouds for possible terrorism activity...

  • Mr-natural_1__max50

    mz66

    almost 2 years ago

    3906 Comments

    Refineries have been considered critical infrastructure for ages and as such a prime target for domestic terrorism. Not just because of the threat to oil production--refineries also present a security threat because of the risk of release of deadly gasses (that are produced during various refining processes) if systems designed to contain them are compromised.

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    Irishcop1961

    almost 2 years ago

    51114 Comments

    I'm sure glad this guy really wasn't up to no good. It seems there was a delay in speaking with this gentlemen. Seems no one responded right away.

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    FreezeP

    almost 2 years ago

    1456 Comments

    WOW, where is this country headed?

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    1good1bad1ugly

    almost 2 years ago

    2744 Comments

    That's outrageous. Taking pictures of storm clouds. Give me a break.

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