Performing close protective services for a public figure is a tedious task, to say the very least. It’s not easy and requires a great deal of skill and experience in dealing with crowds, fans, and media. You may think pushing people away or being physically overpowering is an accepted method, but you would be very wrong. Not to mention you will be 100% responsible for any injuries to the person that you pushed to the ground or roughly handled irresponsibly. “Hey, don’t shove me, man,” someone said. “You just knocked a man over!” one person said. A man with a camera can be seen on the ground in the video. Another man helped him up as the Smollett entourage moved forward without missing a step”…..read the full article in The Western Journal.