Reflecting on 2014, from photographing a SWAT manunt to filming aerial drone videos.
Tag: Kelly Thomas
FULLERTON – Ron Thomas, father of mentally-ill transient Kelly Thomas, said at a memorial gathering Saturday, July 5, that he has seen some positive strides made in the past three years since his son died following a confrontation by three then-Fullerton police officers in July 2011. The fallout of that confrontation led to the resignation and recall of several […]
By Tim Worden. Published Jan. 13, 2014 at 4:15 p.m. Updated Jan. 14, 2014 at 8 a.m. In an emotional show of support, Ron Thomas, father of Kelly Thomas, spoke to a crowd of more than 100 supporters Monday night saying that he will bring justice to Kelly, a homeless man who was killed in […]
Jury began deliberations Thursday to decide fate of two former Fullerton police officers charged with the murder of Kelly Thomas SANTA ANA – Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas on Thursday implored the jury to use their common sense to come to a conclusion that Fullerton Police officers Manuel Ramos and Jay Cincinelli used excessive […]
Advocates for Fullerton’s homeless staged a Camp In on Sept. 17 in opposition to the city’s no camping ordinance, which does not allow people to sleep or live in public parts of the city like sidewalks and parks. See the story at FullertonStories.com.
A memorial for Kelly Thomas stands, in June 2013, near the spot where Thomas was alleged to have been beaten by police officers almost two years ago. My friend Josh and I had dinner in downtown Fullerton while I continued practicing with my 50mm Nikon lens.
After touring downtown Los Angeles a few weeks ago, I was curious to try out street photography. Street photography is a National Geographic-type candid photography of people in public places like concerts and downtown areas. I went to downtown Fullerton in Southern California on a hot late-afternoon (around Chapman and Harbor). It has a pretty vibrant night life […]