South Florida Cops Confiscate Camera and Delete Footage, Claiming They Feared it was a GunBy Carlos Miller
Mar. 11, 2013
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A South Florida cop said he was in fear for his life when he snatched a manís camera from his hand on Tuesday, handing it over to a second cop who deleted the video that had just been recorded.
The cops then kept the camera, handing Juan Santana a receipt where he was told he could pick it up later.
The Hialeah cop, later identified as Antonio Sentmanat, told Santana that he thought the Sony Bloggie camera was a gun.