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How Long Would An American Cop Last Before Smacking Man's Camera?

For more than three minutes, a British cop tells a citizen he has no right to record him unless the videographer assured him a copy of the video.

The Nottingham police officer then demands the videographer’s name and address, but the man questions the law that would require him to provide that information.

The cop then orders the man to delete the footage, only it’s done in that English manner where it doesn’t really come across as an order.

An American cop wouldn’t have lasted a minute before smacking the camera out of the man’s hands.

Instead, the two debate the issue as another cop with a camera walks up and begins recording.

The video was uploaded in November and has only received a little over 500 views, even though it is both infuriating and comical at the same time.


 

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For more than three minutes, a British cop tells a citizen he has no right to record him unless the videographer assured him a copy of the video.

The Nottingham police officer then demands the videographer’s name and address, but the man questions the law that would require him to provide that information.

The cop then orders the man to delete the footage, only it’s done in that English manner where it doesn’t really come across as an order.

An American cop wouldn’t have lasted a minute before smacking the camera out of the man’s hands.

Instead, the two debate the issue as another cop with a camera walks up and begins recording.

The video was uploaded in November and has only received a little over 500 views, even though it is both infuriating and comical at the same time.


 

Please send stories, tips and videos to carlosmiller@magiccitymedia.com.

Also, if you would like to contribute to my Legal Defense Fund, please buy a photographer rights lens cloth and/or laminated card to wear around your neck like a press badge through Zap Rag.Please write “carlos3” in the comments section of the Paypal transaction to ensure I receive a portion of the sale.

Or you can just donate to my Legal Defense Fund by clicking on the button below.

 

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