Knowing he was surrounded by cameras, a Texas cop didn’t let that stop him from tripping and shoving high school students as they were rushing onto a soccer field after their school won a state championship Saturday night.
But now that he’s been exposed by the local media, the Georgetown Police Department assured it has “taken the information and will be forwarding it to internal affairs for review and investigation” – which generally means they will try to shove it down the memory hole until everybody forgets about it.
The Creepy Cameraman who calls himself Surveillance Camera Man has popped up in Rhode Island after unsettling numerous Seattle residents with his camera by doing nothing other than pointing it at them in public.
As we’ve seen with his previous videos, most of the Rhode Island residents he recorded took the same defensive posture when realizing he was recording them, demanding to know his intentions and even threatening him with physical violence.
Nobody, it seems, has ever thought of pulling out their own camera to record him, which would probably unsettle him because he is extremely secretive of his identity.
All Jeff Gray has been trying to do is ensure law enforcement officers honor the oath they swore to the Constitution upon receiving their badge, which is why he routinely video records them in public for his Youtube channel, HONORYOUROATH.
But that has led him to become the subject of an active investigation by the Florida Fusion Center, a collusion of local, state and federal law enforcement agencies encouraging citizens to rat on each other for taking too many pictures or asking too many questions.
Joel Todd Payne
An Arkansas hot dog vendor who runs a blog highly critical of the local police department ended up killing an ex-cop he had written about in March after the former cop set fire to his hot dog stand in his back yard early this morning.
But the Little Rock Police Department has already said it would not pursue charges against Ean Bourdeaux, who runs the Corruption Sucks Blog and dedicated a blog post to Joel Todd Payne, who was fired from the department in 2010.
After scaring the feds into retreating, an armed citizen in support of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy figured he would exercise his Second Amendment rights to repress the First Amendment rights of a journalist trying to document the story from a public road.
The armed citizen even gave the old, “get that camera out of my face” routine while walking into the cameraman that we’ve seen from police on many occasions.