Editor's note: The following incident is based on a Boston Police Department report.
A man had to be removed Friday night from the Inauguration Party after he kept on taking photos of US Sen. Scott Brown. The man was not arrested by the Boston Police Department, but he allegedly said he was a "tracker" for the Massachusetts Democratic Party, assigned to film Brown.
Around 9 p.m. a Boston Police Department deputy working Lord Mayor Richie Gormley's Inauguration Party, was told by several people that a man was taking photos of Brown every step he took, and found him suspicious, according to a BPD police report.
The deputy watched the man through the crowd following Brown and saw people pointing at the rogue photographer. After stopping the man, he explained he was a "tracker" only filming Brown for the Massachusetts Democratic Party. He stated Republicans do the same thing to Democrats.
The man left without any further incident after being asked to leave.
Members of the Republican and Democratic parties confirmed to West Roxbury Patch that both parties hire people to take photos of members of the opposing party.