After causing a stink for snapping shots inside SF MOMA, local photog Thomas Hawk was one again busted for taking shots of industrial stuff down in the Long Beach Harbor. Anyway, today, it seems, Hawk "just got off the phone with Terry Carter from the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force" to talk about whether or not he harbored ill will toward the American government. Hawk goes into more detail about what went down, but we feel there must be a way for the controversial photographer to take pictures without getting into so much trouble. (Jameth has practically photographed acts of murder in progress with little fuss and/or muss.) Any advice for the guy?