Judge Andrew Napolitano discussed the Miami Beach Memorial Day police shooting incident on his show last week, highlighting the fact that police confiscated cameras from witnesses.

Also, the New York Daily News ran a poll in its article asking whether police should have the right to confiscate cameras from witnesses.

Surprisingly (because most Americans tend to be sheeple in this matter), most readers disagreed. Earlier this evening, the poll had 84 percent of readers voting that police do not have the right to confiscate your camera.