All the undercover TV guy does is ask for a complaint form to file a complaint against a police officer. And the intimidating reactions from the cops in the South Florida police stations he visits are astounding.
Watch some of the videos. They also have transcripts of some of the conversations.
One Sergeant who was seen in one of the videos tried to get temporary injunction in court, to stop the TV station from airing his story. The judge denied the injunction.
CBS4 News found that, in police departments across Miami-Dade and Broward Counties, large and small, it was virtually impossible to walk in the door, and walk out with a complaint form.
The I-Team conducted an extensive hidden camera test, carried out by a police abuse watchdog group called the Police Complaint Center. Remarkably, of 38 different police stations tested around South Florida, all but three had no police complaint forms...
In the I-team’s undercover investigation, there was one incident in which our tester went in to file a complaint. After several times asking for a form, being told "you're not leaving without a form," he was asked to leave and actually walked off the property, to the point where the officer reached for his gun, put his hand on his gun and said, "Take a step closer, and see what happens.".