Our police officers should start reading up on their law books on what the rules of privacy are on a public street.
When the media walks up and snaps off a photo in a public place like an open road street what privacy rights are they violating?
What privacy laws are there in a public place that makes it illegal to look at people walking freely out in the open for everyone to see?
What about a police officer who asserted authority on the privacy of people on a public street? Is that not abuse of power through ignorance of privacy laws?
Taking the camera away from a member of the media on the street for taking photos is a blatant display of ignorance and abuse of power.
How disgusting is it that an officer’s ignorance has lowered the high status and respect of the law enforcement arm of Government, down to the level of stupidity and even criminal.
Now we’re starting to see why there are so many issues with our Ministry of Police.
“….it’s also why the handsome Commissioner is aging so fast, dear
Dear Oh Dear ……who’s the fool now?
Here’s a question our police officer may want to focus on rather than hassling the media on the streets.
What happened to that fraud professor from Africa who was caught teaching our medicine students at the NUS?
Were there any criminal charges filed against him? Is he still in the country?
Please say he is and is currently under police investigations with criminal charges pending.
If not then we may have some issues here with our police.
Instead of chasing after the media why not the people behind this fraudster professor?
Is it not criminal for the NUS to expose our innocent future doctors to medical knowledge that are fraudulent and would kill people?
How did this man slipped out of the country without even a hint to the police that he must be investigated. Why aren’t our police getting stuck into that?
Even if the people who hired this fraud did not know, is it not the law that ignorance is no defence for breaking the law?
The same should be claimed against that stupid officer who hassled the media on the streets.
“….it’s just a small stupid, not a big one, as that man said, dear