Wednesday, June 19
Fred Trujillo, the security director at the Shriners Hospital, told CNN he saw a car being driven in a suspicious way and trained a camera on it for several minutes.
A second car arrived and there appeared to be some interaction for a few moments before both cars drove away, Trujillo said. Police said the tape is of poor quality because of the low light conditions.
Surveillance tapes seem to be universally crappy, so much so that entire industries exist just to fix them. Why are they even installed? Is it just a token gesture to insurance companies?