Jacksonville Deputy Detains Man for Video Recording After Acknowledging No Crime was CommittedBy Carlos Miller
Mar. 07, 2013
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Jeff Gray aka HONORYOUROATH continued to test North Florida authorities on their knowledge on basic photography laws this week, almost landing himself in jail.
Not that he broke any law for even the deputy admitted he was completely within his rights to record from a public sidewalk.
But Jacksonville Sheriff’s deputy Carlos Cusatti just didn’t appreciate the fact that Gray refused to provide identification.