The LHSAA tried to trample on the First Amendment rights of Louisiana newspapers by dictating how and what they could publish, as well as where they could publish it," he told the Associated Press.

That's stretching things a bit too far, don't you think? The LHSAA was allowing photographers to shoot to their heart's content. They just had to put the photos in the newspaper.

For a former journalist like Henry exalts that he is, he should have known that you never ask a journalist to sign anything when it comes to doing their job.