A Twitter video of a college police officer seizing a street vendor’s personal money may have stirred online controversy, but it has also spurred a community to action.
A hot dog vendor who has asked to only be identified as “Beto” was managing a food cart near the Memorial Stadium for the first home football game of the season on the University of California Berkeley campus when he was approached by a police officer.
Upon discovering that Beto did not have a permit to sell food, the officer wrote him a citation and took all the money out of his wallet as evidence.
Martin Flores, who had been attending the game with his family when he went to go buy some hot dogs, began to film the exchange in protest.
Flores can be heard in the video saying: “You’re gonna take his money away? That’s…
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