diburning wrote:How do local police handle incidents which invoke the MBTA photography policy at outlying rail stations?
DutchRailnut wrote:federal court has determined that no police officer has authority for you to be ordered to delete pictures.
saulblum wrote:The T photography policy does not require you to produce ID if you are taking photos for personal use.
But unless your friend had the courage to stand up to power-tripping "authority" -- admittedly much easier said than done, and I'm guessing not, since he was intimidated by a security guard with likely zero arrest power -- the likely end result would have been him being "forced" to delete his photos under a spurious threat of arrest.
Was there any follow-up? Apologies to you and your passengers? If that town doesn't want trains stopping there, I'm sure that can be arranged.sery2831 wrote:... Can anyone my find my incident with the Winchester PD mentioned on here? It was in the Herald. Basically I had an incident on a train, called for help. The Winchester PD arrived and refused to help, and told us to wait for the Transit PD. It was a VERY bad and LONG delay!
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