Private Eye Handcuffed to a Speaker

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    "'Lock one on your wrist and the other through the handle of the speaker--and make sure they snap shut.'"

    Excerpt from THE IMMORTAL GAME, a novel by Mark Coggins.

    This photograph was used to illustrate the 15th chapter. For more on the book, go here:
    www.markcoggins.com/book/immortal.html

    asol, brentend, Kurt Modler, and 9 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. DrumChannel.com 67 months ago | reply

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    2. Truth's Out There 61 months ago | reply

      Thanks for licensing this image under CC-BY-2.0, which has enabled it to be transferred to the Wikimedia Commons and potentially used in one or more Wikipedia articles.

      Cheers,
      Truth's Out There

    3. saynotobarbie 50 months ago | reply

      HI, thank you for sharing this photo- we recently used it for a Change.org petition to help the homeless -http://www.change.org/actions/view/help_the_homeless_in_venice_dont_cuff_them

      You have been linked and credited.

    4. gary.rubens 40 months ago | reply

      While this photo is licensed under Creative Commons, can it still be used in a commercial news story?

    5. cchumney 40 months ago | reply

      I think it looks like you would be able to. When you click on the Creative Commons icon, it says you are free to use and alter as long as you attribute the photo back to this page...so, as long as you either state a photo source, or hot link the photo back, I think it looks okay, but I may be wrong!

      eta...oh, and I see someone stated above that it is in Wiki Commons as well, so I am sure you are good to use it as long as you attribute it.

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