Mass. State Trooper Threatens to Steal Camera During Traffic Stop -- 'It's Illegal To Record Me Without My Permission'YouTube
Dec. 24, 2013
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After his license plate reader flagged her vehicle, a belligerent Massachusetts state trooper pulled Maya over on a pitch black road, threatened to steal her camera, and refused to provide his name to her.
We later determined that the trooper was Kenneth Harold of the Leomonster state police barracks.
Read the backstory here.