Utah Cops Arrest Teen for Recording, Judge then Orders Teen to Admit Guilt before TrialBy Carlos Miller
Aug. 13, 2014
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For 40 minutes, Utah resident Bryce Weber noticed the cop sitting in an unmarked car parked in front of his home Saturday, so he decided to step outside with a camera to make some inquiries, thinking the cop was surveilling his home for some reason.