Since when does photographing the wife of a public figure require authorization?
Can celebs now sue paparazzi for taking unauthorized photos of them?
A resident’s room in a nursing home is not a public place.
In a private facility....It’s very untoward. Probably not illegal, but seriously lacking any sort of discretion and not even minimally thought out.
>> Since when does photographing the wife of a public figure require authorization? <<
When she’s in a nursing home, totally unaware of her surroundings and basically in a vegetative state.
In addition, Mississippi law makes it a felony to “exploit” anybody defined as a “vulnerable” adult.
This guy was being charged with conspiracy - to do what criminal act?
Like you say, why haven’t the paparazzi been charged with anything?
The guy who allegedly shot himself did the great crime of telling where Cochran’s wife’s room was; he knew because his mother used to live the same place.
Yes, this plan was stupid and hurtful, but what is the crime? Conspiracy to do what crime?
Then there were the $200,000 bonds for each one charged with this bogus charge. WHAT???? I thought that a very good part of the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s was to demonstrate that the constitution applies even in MISSISSIPPI. Did they suspect the lawyer to flee the jurisdiction, abandon his practice, his wife, his children, his home, his apparently upstanding reputation in the community? Or, if he really HAD to be arrested, why was he not released on a promise to appear? Because Haley Boss Hogg Barbour said so? Or Thad Cockroach?
REMEMBER MISSISSIPPI now and forever.