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Governor Gavin Newsom signed a law that makes it a crime to take unauthorized photos of accidents or crimes by first responders or first responders in California.
Los Angeles California. – Governor Gavin Newsom approved this Monday legislation prompted by the helicopter accident that killed Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna and eight people who accompanied them.
Under the new measure, first responders and first responders become criminals by taking unauthorized photos of deceased people at the scene of an accident or crime. The new law will take effect on January 1, 2021 and will carry fines of up to $ 1,000.
The most well-known precedent for the order signed by Newsom on Monday was the January 26 accident in which nine people, including the Los Angeles Lakers star and one of his daughters , were killed, and reports emerged that photographs were being shared. graphics of victims by art of Los Angeles sheriff’s officers who responded to the emergency.
Vanessa Bryant, the widow of Kobe Bryant, filed a lawsuit for unauthorized distribution of pictures of the fatal accident, according to the complaint, the sheriff eight police were accused of taking or share graphic photographs of the scene.
For his part, Los Angeles Sheriff Alex Villanueva reported that after the existence of the photos of the plane crash in the Calabasas mountains, California had ordered the images to be deleted. Ensuring that the department has a policy against taking and sharing photos of crime scenes, but it does not apply to accident scenes.
The plane crash that paralyzed the world
A Sikorsky S-76E helicopter crashed into the mountains between the Calabasas area and Malibu on Sunday, January 26, around 10 a.m., according to a report from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD).
“There are no survivors” indicated the authorities in the first reports, but later reports indicated that Kobe Bryant would have died in the accident, a fact that shocked the fans of the United States basketball star.