Back in my days a News Photographer, I always wanted to, "get the shot." Whatever "the shot" was.
It was about getting the perfect angle, being in the right spot as the quarterback threw the pass, or having the best angle on a perp walk.
But, here a lady got the shot and we don't think she was happy about it.
An activist at the Dakota Access Pipeline protest got an unwelcome surprise in the middle of shooting an on-camera interview, when she was shot in the back with a rubber bullet.
Erin Schrode, who describes herself as an activist journalist, said in a Facebook post on Thursday, "I was standing innocently onshore, not making any aggressive gestures, never exchanging a single word with the police who fired at my lower back from their boat."
Schrode complained about what she called "the indiscriminate use of excessive force," in the post.
let's go to the video: