The Law: Jackie v. the Camera

Does Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis have a legal right to privacy that protects her from being pursued by a cameraman? Or does Ronald Galella, who has made a specialty out of photographing the former First Lady, have a newsman's right to dog a public figure as relentlessly as he chooses?

There is no question that Galella has been relentless. He lurked outside Jackie's apartment building, donned disguises, dated one of her maids, chased her to restaurants, barged in on one of Caroline's tennis lessons, and popped up in front of John Jr. out on a bicycle. But as Jackie and her Secret Service...

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