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Ars Technica: Unofficial hidden surveillance cam catches cop fighting cop
2014-07-14 1:16pm -07:00T Visit Ars Technica


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Miami police are probing footage of a fracas between two officers that was captured on a GoPro and eventually made public on YouTube.

The recording is among the latest video to surface involving police shenanigans,  and it underscores that it's not just the populace under today's surveillance microscope.

Local media describe the video as officer Marcel Jackson stopping a Chevrolet for allegedly unsafe driving. The driver turns out to be Lt. David Ramras, an internal affairs veteran. The video shows the internal affairs officer get out of the car before a tussle eventually ensues. Jackson throws Ramras to the ground and backup officers hit the scene.

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