'Get the F**K Outta Here!' -- Illinois Cops Threaten to Confiscate Man's Camera for Recording ThemBy Carlos Miller
Sep. 06, 2013
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Police in Illinois threatened to confiscate a manís camera because he chose to video record them inside a parking garage.
But Elliot W., who prefers his last name not be used, did not give in to their demands.
He also did not give in to their demands for identification, which obviously unsettled Moline police officer K. Briggs, but she did not go as far as trying to arrest him.
But she did spend a few minutes questioning him, obviously trying to find something she can arrest him for, but ended up giving up and walking away.