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First Amendment Tests
On March 2, 2017, I filmed video footage outside of the Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China in San Francisco. Neither Consulate Officials nor the Security Guard understood or seemed at all concerned with the right of the people to take pictures and video from a public sidewalk.
When I called the Consulate to discuss the issue, I was unable to speak with anyone that spoke fluent English. They referred me to another phone number which answered with a generic voicemail greeting.
Upon contacting Armada Security, I spoke with a friendly gentleman by the name of Mike. He said that while he could not tell me what the Chinese Consulate knows or does not know about the First Amendment, he was well aware of the fact that people can take pictures and video in public, and said that he would speak with Guard in question.