Photography is Not a Crime is one of the most compelling publications in the blogosphere. Its editor, Carlos Miller, was arrested for exercising his First Amendment right to photograph police officers in a public place. He turned that experience into a one-man crusade to push back against overreaching law enforcement. He is not a lawyer, but he successfully defended himself in an appeal of his case, and he continues to serve as a source of both information and inspiration.
Miller is currently running in 6th Place in the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel “Best of Blogs” awards. In a tribute to how goddamned stupid Flori-duh is, he’s running behind “The Daily Cute” and “Grrl Grrrl – Adventures of a Girl on the Grill.” Are you shitting me?
Please, take a few moments to register and vote for Photography is Not a Crime.
Thanks for the support, Marc. I’d like to remind your readers that went through the trouble of registering with the Sun-Sentinel that they are allowed to vote once a day until the end of the contest, which as you know, how we run elections in Florida.
Here is the direct link to vote for Photography is Not a Crime for Best Overall Blog.