Filmmaker Melts Down After Confrontation for Editing Michael Brown Footage

Filmmaker Jason Pollock was confronted on Fox News for editing security camera footage in his documentary “Strange Fruit.”

The film claims that 18-year-old Michael Brown, who was killed by police officers in Ferguson, Missouri in 2014, did not rob a convenience store the day of his death. It was recently revealed, however, that Pollock edited footage from the convenience store security camera to fit own his narrative.

Pollock becomes visibly upset throughout the interview while trying to defend his stance. Watch the dramatic clip above.

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