News Crew Booted From State Property for Filming Outside Empty Prison. Now, People Are Wondering Just What Is Going on There.

Taking Back America

From The Blaze
Jul. 30, 2014 12:39pm   |    By Liz Klimas

A news crew in Albany, New York, was filming for a seemingly innocuous report about a historical site and just so happened to have a recently closed correctional facility in its background. What happened next had the reporter, videographer and others wondering what the big deal was.

WNYT-TV was on Mount McGregor filming near an empty correctional facility Thursday for a story about Grant Cottage, which is where President Ulysses S. Grant died of throat cancer 129 years ago.

The news channel shot footage of a re-enactment Wednesday and went back the next day for some more video. What happened when the crew was on the state property for this second time was all caught on camera with Mount McGregor prison in the background.

A corrections officer sped up to the news crew and informed them they were not allowed to be filming on the mountain. (Image source: WNYT-TV)

“No filming,” a corrections officer, who identified himself as Lt. Dorn and would not…

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