If that's the worst thing a cop does, I'm okay with it for 3 reasons...
(1) It didn't happen to me
(2) If a cop is that tough on him, imagine what he'd do to a real criminal
(3) So many stupid people want to be the TMZ of YouTube. Cops have a tough enough job (you know, getting shot at on a regular basis to make sure that meth lab on your block doesn't blow up your house) without having to worry about some douche bag video taping them, putting them on the internet, and getting blasted by a bunch of pre-teens who think that everything is a big conspiracy against them as an individual. If there is one thing that Republicans and Democrats often agree about it's that anyone attached to the "government" is involved in a conspiracy.
Unless you are seeing a cop committing a criminal act or beating an old lady who was a witness to a crime, then why feel the need to play "on the scene" reporter for no reason? Seems that more people should be worried about the bad things they do on a day to day basis instead of trying to "take down" the local cop who put the cuffs on too tight.