“Couple more steps, don’t worry about him.” (referring to the photographer); “You need to back up if you’re with the media.”
- None of them are looking at him.
- They’re putting up their hands, mocking him, laughing at him
“You don’t have a right to take our photo.”; “If you would like to take photos you need to move back.”
- Talking about the first amendment, talking about respect (but not showing it to the photographer/reporter)
“I’m sorry, these are people too. Leave these students alone.” (All about respecting the students, but not the people who have permission/right to report).
“I know you gotta back up.”; “Don’t push me.”; “I’m gonna call the police on you, dog.”
- People are shoving him, denying that they’re touching him
- Saying he’s not being respectful
“You do not respect our space.”
- They’re “walking forward” (pushing him)
- One of them gets inside the crowd and asks if he can get some pictures/interviews, gets denied
“No, you need to get out.”; “Help me get him out. ”
- They’re yelling at him – “you need to go” & “you can go”
- They’re being hypocritical in general, and just overall very rude and inconsiderate
“He wants to go out pretty bad, and don’t let him back in.”
- Treating him like he can’t speak for himself, telling him what to do even though he isn’t really breaking any rules.
“Gonna call the cops on his ass.”; “No comment.” (they won’t speak to any media)
- Turning around, banding together against the reporters
“You’re not gonna get anything.”
**sign: Media please stay off the grass
“Take a good picture of this.” (girl holding it wouldn’t look at him)
“If you have to go, let someone take your spot.”
- Woman was mocking him again; literally every person is against him