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That absolutely makes no sense! How can cops show up and not see a film crew and how did they get past the director?

I've never been on a movie/tv set but I can't believe that only a few people are involved in filming!
 

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I'm trying not to victim blame but really?
Police are known for arresting open carriers. https://christophercantwell.com/2013/10/22/north-carolina-woman-arrested-for-unloaded-open-carry/
Arrest teens for having something that looked like a rifle. https://www.sott.net/article/300819...lescope-that-cops-thought-looked-like-a-rifle
Shoot journalists. http://www.nydailynews.com/news/nat...-photographing-traffic-stop-article-1.3469666

and then they are going to shoot a movie where a armed gunman flees a bar and not do a courtesy notification to the police?? :applause:
 

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I'm sure they had to pull permits and file paperwork with the city. Some where in all the paperwork they had to tell them they were shooting a movie and a mock store robbery was part of a scene.
 

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Maybe, the movie was about the cops walking up on a movie scene? Or yelling two sets of commands? "Get down" or "get back?" It just seems weird they didn't have someone outside making sure anybody else didn't walk "on set".
 

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Reminds me the time 15 yrs ago when visiting Roswell Mill (the park). Ran into a half dozen young people with large caliber handguns, several sitting on the bridge railing others hand carried. The apologized for needing the bridge to complete their movie. I was happy to go the other way, since I did not know if the guns were loaded.

I hope they got done before getting into major legal trouble.
 

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Police say the production company and the brewery didn't notify them or other businesses before filming, the AP reported.
That actor is lucky the cop was a very bad shot. It would have been a justified shooting, too, at the moment he pulled the trigger, judging from the body camera video.
 

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I'm sure they had to pull permits and file paperwork with the city. Some where in all the paperwork they had to tell them they were shooting a movie and a mock store robbery was part of a scene.
From the article:

Police say the production company and the brewery didn't notify them or other businesses before filming, the AP reported.
 
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