Road Rage Karma caught on video by motorist with cell phone camera
I was on CNN checking the status of the search for Malaysia Airlines MH370, when I came across this road rage video:
Watch driver's road rage turn into instant karma - CNN.com Video
This next link is the response days' later of the driver driver being tailgated.
Driver who recorded viral road rage video speaks out
Now, Considering that the road rage driver was arrested at his home a short while later, due partially to the video. But also other eyewitnesses. The fact that driver being harassed, actually took the video of the road rage, some people online are criticizing the videographer, of violating the law as well.
But my reason for mentioning is because, near the end of the second video, the reporter says authorities said they would not have caught the driver, if it weren't for the video. So, When I was marginally rear-ended(the driver hit their brakes hard and by the time the inertia forced the truck to hit my back tire, it only pushed me into the next lane from the left lane without causing damage to me or my bike) me, I was thinking if I had a made a video of what happened the other night, would the authorities have given it the same consideration and looked for the road rage driver. Because, The next day, I happen to catch an officer leaving the local city police station and asked him.
The officer said that he would have had to see it.
Has anyone with a camera, encountered this kind of bias from the police?