Georgia Deputy Surprises Us All By Respecting Constitutionby Carlos Miller
Jun. 29, 2014
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It started off with a federal protective service officer pulling up to Jeff Gray in a patrol car for taking pictures from a public sidewalk outside the Moody Air Force Base in Georgia Monday.
Gray told the officer that he was photographing the railroad. But the cop had his doubts and accused him of photographing the entrance to the base -- as if it would make any difference within the scopes of the law -- and decided to call the local sheriff for backup.
When Gray tried to walk away, the cop informed he was being detained.
When Gray asked for his name and badge number, the cop informed Gray he was free to leave.
But naturally, it couldn’t end there.