In sting, Feds instruct alleged would-be terrorist to conduct video surveillance of D.C. Metro

Snip from Washington Post: "Ahmed began to meet in hotels in Northern Virginia with people he believed to be affiliated with a terrorist organization. He agreed to conduct video surveillance of the [Washington Metro] stations, suggested the best time to attack and the best place to place explosives to maximize casualties, the [federal] indictment alleges." Via the BB Submitterator, EvilMike asks, "Could this be something used as a future reason to restrict photography and videos of government property?"