For cops, citizen videos bring increased scrutiny

Some ask whether incidents caught on tape are hindering officers


Kevin Johnson
USA Today

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Diop Kamau's home in a leafy, gated community just north of town is not easy to find — for good reason.

For more than two decades, the 52-year-old former Hawthorne, Calif., police officer has made a living embarrassing cops with a video camera.

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