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FAA Investigating Possible Illegal Use Of Drone At Hartford Crash Scene
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http://foxct.com/2014/02/07/faa-investig...ash-scene/

Quote:FOX CT was the only media organization to obtain the official Hartford Police Department incident report Thursday, detailing the chain of events.

According to the report, officers spotted a drone flying over the scene of the crash, in which the bodies were still in the car.

Police Lt. Brian Foley told FOX CT that drones present concerns regarding privacy and officer safety.

So the government fly drones everywhere they damn please without a concern to privacy or citizen safety, but someone else does it, and all the sudden it's a concern?
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streaker69;134139 Wrote:http://foxct.com/2014/02/07/faa-investig...ash-scene/

Quote:FOX CT was the only media organization to obtain the official Hartford Police Department incident report Thursday, detailing the chain of events.

According to the report, officers spotted a drone flying over the scene of the crash, in which the bodies were still in the car.

Police Lt. Brian Foley told FOX CT that drones present concerns regarding privacy and officer safety.

So the government fly drones everywhere they damn please without a concern to privacy or citizen safety, but someone else does it, and all the sudden it's a concern?

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I'd like to mention what the police LT. said:

Drones present a safety and privacy concern for police [and non-police alike].

What? If it is good for the goose, it is good for the gander.
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#4
Officer safety? Was the drone armed?

"We don't want your drones spying on our drones."
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Lawsuit filed: http://news.yahoo.com/journalist-sues-po...AAc8TQtDMD

Quote:Rivera, 29, of Hartford, argues in the lawsuit that police violated his First Amendment right to free expression as well as his Fourth Amendment right to be free from unreasonable seizures. Although his device was hovering at an altitude of 150 feet, he said he was operating in public space and observing events that were in plain view.
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streaker69;135372 Wrote:Lawsuit filed: http://news.yahoo.com/journalist-sues-po...AAc8TQtDMD

Quote:Rivera, 29, of Hartford, argues in the lawsuit that police violated his First Amendment right to free expression as well as his Fourth Amendment right to be free from unreasonable seizures. Although his device was hovering at an altitude of 150 feet, he said he was operating in public space and observing events that were in plain view.

Did he break any laws? Did the police confiscate his drone?
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