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Old Oct 22, 2009, 11:11 AM   #277
javacleve
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Originally Posted by TCav View Post
I agree. The act of photographing a child, in and of itself, does not harm the child, but some other person may or may not consider the possibility that the photogrrapher may have an evil purpose in mind. And they may pass along their suspicions to the police, and the police may investigate. Not because the person took a photo, but because the person looked suspicious while doing so.

but the question is, do the police always investigate even if no law is being broken? I say, no...otherwise every irrational person out there would be calling the police for their irrational fears, and they'd be too busy chasing false leads to catch the REAL criminals
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