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We’ve seen pretty much everything on Youtube, but I’ve never seen a video of a man walking into a random school that looks to be a college and into classrooms wielding a video camera, recording his interactions with surprised and unsettled students and teachers who try to prevent him from recording.

Everybody is pretty polite about it considering the circumstances, until one teacher threatens to call police, but even that didn’t seem to concern him.

Nobody seems to recognize him, indicating might not have even belonged  in the school, making him guilty of trespassing.

The point he keeps trying to get across is that cameras are everywhere, so there is no point in them trying to stop him from video recording.

It is a comical if yet slightly creepy video and it’s not clear who the videographer is or where it took place but it was uploaded today on a Youtube channel called itsrightherenow.


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Creepy Man Disrupts School with Camera in Comical Youtube Video


We’ve seen pretty much everything on Youtube, but I’ve never seen a video of a man walking into a random school that looks to be a college and into classrooms wielding a video camera, recording his interactions with surprised and unsettled students and teachers who try to prevent him from recording.

Everybody is pretty polite about it considering the circumstances, until one teacher threatens to call police, but even that didn’t seem to concern him.

Nobody seems to recognize him, indicating might not have even belonged  in the school, making him guilty of trespassing.

The point he keeps trying to get across is that cameras are everywhere, so there is no point in them trying to stop him from video recording.

It is a comical if yet slightly creepy video and it’s not clear who the videographer is or where it took place but it was uploaded today on a Youtube channel called itsrightherenow.


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

CARLOS MILLER’S LEGAL DEFENSE FUND

I am immersed in a legal case where I not only want to clear my criminal charges stemming from my arrest in January, but I want to sue the Miami-Dade Police Department for deleting my footage, which I was able to recover.

My goal is to set some type of precedent to ensure this does not happen as often as it does today where cops simply get away with it.

So if you would like to contribute, please click on the “donate” button below and contribute whatever you can afford.

Facebook PINAC Page

You can keep up with my stories by friending me on Facebook or following me on Twitter and/or Google + or by liking the PINAC Facebook page.

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About Carlos Miller

Carlos Miller is founder and publisher of Photography is Not a Crime, which began as a one-man blog in 2007 to document his trial after he was arrested for photographing police during a journalistic assignment. He is also the author of The Citizen Journalist's Photography Handbook, which can be purchased through Amazon.
  • mahadragon

    He was guilty of trespassing on school property. I’m surprised at how immature people were at his videotaping though. He’s not a child, he doesn’t need your permission to videotape. In the state of Massachusetts and Illinois the law explicitly states that you need the other party’s permission to videotape or take their photo but this was in WA State.