"I Was Pretty Much In The Wrong Place At The Right Time".
NEW YORK CITY -- The man behind a controversial series of "real crime" videos has caught the attention of New York City police. Videographer Ousala Aleem says he has sold thousands of copies of his "Criminals Gone Wild" DVD. He claims the video documents real crimes committed in his Brooklyn neighborhood.
"I was pretty much at the wrong place at the right time," Aleem said in defense of the videos. "I was interviewing people and things just started happening."
Now, police want to know if he had prior knowledge of what was going to happen before he began filming. Professor Eugene O'Donnell of the John Jay College of Criminal Justice says that anyone who knows a crime is going to take place and does nothing to stop it is exposing themselves to criminal liability.
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