Carlos Miller points out a new Transportation Security Agency poster that insinuates photographers who take photos of planes are terrorists.
Really? Really? In the handful of domestic terrorism incidents we have had in the United States, never have photographs of planes or airports been found during the investigations that followed the attacks that I am aware of. And I am unaware of any that have been found in international incidents, either.
So, really? Maybe the TSA art department can take a look at airport signs instead of making silly posters.
Miller’s web site should be in your RSS feed, lots of good stories and resources about First Amendment issues in there.
(Thanks to Minla Shields for the link, who really needs to get online. Hint hint.)