Thanks Fade. Thought it might be something like it.
Thanks Fade. Thought it might be something like it.
That was my idea, that they are not trying to stop the photographer because they didn't want her to photograph the guy but that there are other reaons for them stopping her, outside of camera shot. Otherwise they would have stopped the person who took this photo as well.
A Civil Guard looks at the taxi where an alleged ETA member left explosive material as he was travelling as a passenger and jumped off the taxi in the middle of the National Highway N-340 after he caught sight of a Police control near Torreblanca, Castellón, Eastern Spain, 19 July 2007. EPA/Domenech Castelló
Syrian President Bashar Assad and Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad inspect the honour guard at the Ash-Shaeb presidential Palace in Damascus, 19 July 2007. Ahmedinejad is on an official visit to Syria for talks with Assad on regional issues, mainly in Iraq, Palestine and Lebanon, as well as on ways of boosting bilateral relations. EPA/YOUSSEF BADAWI
Russian President Vladimir Putin dances a folk dance at the First International Finno-Ugric ethinic culture festival in Saransk, capital of republic of Mordovia, 19 July 2007. EPA/RIA NOVOSTI/KREMLIN POOL
Chadian President Idriss Deby Itno reviews the presidential guard before meeting with French President Nicolas Sarkozy at Elysee Palace in Paris, France, 19 July 2007. Mr. Sarkozy received Idriss Deby Itno, who is on an official visit to France. EPA/HORACIO VILLALOBOS
officers line the streets during the funeral for New York City police officer Russel Timoshenko in Brooklyn, New York, USA, on 19 July 2007. Timoshenko died on Saturday, five days after being shot during a traffic stop in Brooklyn, New York. EPA/JUSTIN LANE
Handout picture of alleged Colombian drug trafficker Luis Hernando Gomez Bustamante, being escorted by members of the Colombian National Police at a military base in Bogota, 19 July 2007, moments before being handed over to the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) in extradition. Gomez Bustamante, known as 'Rasguno', is one of the twelve most wanted drug lords by the US Federal agency and is one of leaders of the so-called cartel of the North of the Valley, which operates in southwestern Colombia. EPA/POLICIA NACIONAL / HO
RIPAn undated photo provided by the family shows Navy Chief Petty Officer Pat Wade, a 38-year-old Navy explosives technician from Manawa, Wis., who was killed by a roadside bomb Tuesday, July 17, 2007, in Iraq, his mother said Wednesday. It's her second son to die while serving his country, the family said.
RIPPetty Officer 1st Class Jeffrey L. Chaney is seen in an undated photo provided by his family. The 35-year-old sailor who graduated from Bellevue West high school in Nebraska has been killed Tuesday, July 17, 2007, by a roadway bomb in Iraq
This undated military photo shows Army Pfc. Christopher D. Kube, of Shelby Township, Mich. Kube, 18, died Saturday, July 14, 2007, in Baghdad when the vehicle he was riding in was struck by an improvised explosive device. Kube was memorialized Thursday, July 19, 2007 in a packed theater in east Baghdad
Portland bomb squad members use a robot and other special equipment to survey the property where a man barricaded himself inside a home and was believed to be holding another man hostage in Vancouver, Wash., Wednesday, July 18, 2007. Cpl. Chris LeBlanc, with special operations for the police, was struck by one round under the arm. His injuries were not life-threatening, said Assistant Police Chief Mitch Barker.
Police confer in the Fisher's Landing area of Vancouver, Wash., on Wednesday, July 18, 2007. An police officer has been wounded and a man has barricaded himself inside a southeast Vancouver, where it is believed he has a hostage. The officer, Corporal Chris LeBlanc of the special operations team, had a non life-threatening gunshot wound under the arm.
Portland bomb squad members fabricate special equipment to survey the property where a man barricaded himself inside a home and was believed to be holding another man hostage in Vancouver, Wash., Wednesday, July 18, 2007
Beamte eines Sprengstoffkommandos der Polizei manoevrieren am Donnerstag, 19. Juli 2007, den Fernlenkmanipulator 'Teodor' zu einem verdaechtigen Gegenstand in der Frankfurter Innenstadt. 'Teodor' steht fuer 'Telerob explosives ordnance disposal observation robot' und bezeichnet ein Geraet, das zur Untersuchung, Entschaerfung oder Zuendung eines verdaechtigen Sprengstoffbehaelters ferngesteuert werden kann, kann auch ein Fussball im Tor shiessen.
--- Specialists of a bomb disposal unit of the German police maneuver a remote controlled robot to the site of a suspicious device in Frankfurt, Germany, on Thursday, July 19, 2007. The robot is called 'Teodor' for 'Telerob explosives ordnance disposal observation robot' and can explore and examine, defuse or detonate while being operated by an expert from secure distance
With the USS Arizona Memorial in the foreground, the Sea-Based X-band Radar (SBX) is seen, Monday July 16, 2007 in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
Benjamin Graffius, a navigator aboard the Sea-Based X-band Radar (SBX) stands on the heliport pad aboard the SBX,, July 16, 2007, in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The military's $900 million, 28-story-tall missile defense radar is back in Hawaii from its remote base in Alaska for renovations recommended by an independent assessment. The Missile Defense Agency plans to spend $27 million equipping the floating complex with a new rescue boat, lights on its helicopter pad, and other upgrades over the next half-year
An Iraqi police academy graduate stands in formation at a ceremony for over 500 cadets in Najaf, Iraq, Thursday, July 19, 2007
An Iraqi police academy graduate demonstrates his skills at a ceremony for over 500 cadets in Najaf, Iraq, Thursday, July 19, 2007
Iraqi police academy graduates demonstrate hand-to-hand combat at a ceremony for over 500 cadets in Najaf, Iraq, Thursday, July 19, 2007.
Iraqi police academy graduates demonstrate their skills at a ceremony for over 500 cadets in Najaf, Iraq, Thursday, July 19, 2007
This one hurt me bad, if I was his age in the US I would be serving too.
Rest in peace young warrior.