Remarkable how CCTV cameras are either (i) not working, (ii) working, but the footage gets lost, or (iii) working, but legal proceedings seal the footage for 70+ years...
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I recently heard a story from a poker player. He had about $30 in chips stolen from him by the player next to him. He called the Floorman and demanded they look at the tape. The Floorman just gave him the money in dispute. He said it wasn't worth his time to go to the tape.
Six years ago, I was assaulted outside a bar. My attorney sent a letter within two weeks demanding the preservation of any CCTV footage. It was preserved and it was gruesome. I'm not certain how much it contributed to the settlement of my case but it was there and provided upon legal demand.
If it's a business, 99% of the reason that there are cameras installed, it's to spy on workers. Remember the movie Friday? When Ice Cube got fired on his day off for stealing boxes?
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