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Originally posted by Itop1
Sorry but out of all the things you can take photographs of, why in the hell do you take photographs of a nuclear power plant? Nuclear power plants are allways situated off the beaten track, so they had to go out of their way to take these photos, the police were right to arrest and question ANYONE, arab, english, pakistani, chinese if they are taking pictures of a nuclear power plant.
Plus, why would they want pictures of a huge heap of concrete, which a nuclear power plant basically is, very suspicous.
Originally posted by solargeddon
They say not linked to any Al Queda reprisals, but then again would they tell us if it were ?
Originally posted by RUDDD
Turns out the 5 men involved were Bangladeshi, and that's more than enough to prejudge them as terrorists there and then. So every Bangladeshi photographer in the UK is now deemed a 'terror threat', what a joke.