Comment: It is private property.

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It is private property.

I stopped watching the video when I saw the dog in the living room. I read the rest of the story.

They can have a thousand cameras on the property and it is nobody's business, certainly not police business. The straw man argument that cameras on private property lead to suspicion is specious at best.

A Sheriff's Deputy was recently killed serving a no-knock warrant. You'd think they'd learn. Sadly, this isn't the case.