posted on Jul, 19 2008 @ 04:24 PM
reply to post by BlackOps719
I understand some of the sense of violation, and hope you were just expressing your anger. Laying your hands on the guy alone are likely to get you
arrested..... what you spoke of following that...... it just gets worse.
Although it's creepy, he doesn't sound like he's breaking any laws. You certainly have a right to be vigilant and you have a right to do as he is
-- taking photos of him/his property. I know I would feel the same as you, but don't let some guy bait you into taking an action that he can then
sue you over.
Y'know what stood out immediately to me when I read your OP? This guy is an amateur, probably private. A pro would probably not have allowed
you to see him/her, unless you also have skills in surveillance. IF, the person is private, they were probably hired by someone.
As mentioned previously, it may relate to the property, rather than you. I'd be extra aware of my surroundings........ if you run into him
elsewhere, that would point more toward you being the focal point.
Good skill, keep us posted.