I have a question for all photographers, journalist, and photojournalist. This year we had a tragic incident at the school. We have two floors with outdoor walkways, and a depressed student who was pressured by her peers, jumped off head first. I saw the incident happen and had my camera with me at the time. Since the student survived, with a fractured skull, almost a broken neck, and a broken nose they called in a helicopter to airlift the student to Duke University Medical Center in Raleigh, NC. The event took place in a small town and everyone was shocked upon hearing the news. But Fox 8 NEWS and the local newspapers were still one hour away. So I took out my camera and did not photograph the student. But instead I ran to the entrance to the school and waited and as the fire, police, and EMS arrived I took photos of them turning into the school and evacuating the football team so they could turn the football field into a LZ (landing zone). As I saw the helicopter in the distance I took photos of it and once the student was carried onto the field I put the camera up so there would be no question that I photographed the student. At the same time, Fox 8 NEWS arrived and filmed the student being placed on the helicopter. I still photographed the helicopter leaving, but made sure the students face or body was not shown in any of my photos. But as I was putting the lens cover on my lens the school resource officer (school police) came up behind me and took my camera. I explained I had no photos of the student and even showed the photos to him. But he still forced me to delete the photos, but let Fox 8 NEWS leave with their footage. My question is: Do you see any reason why he would have the right to make me delete my news story, but he let Fox 8 NEWS keep and publish their story? I know I did not disobey any laws, or rules, while photographing the event.