Published on Oct 24, 2014 on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ldj3f3u3j5c
Cops Filmed Outside the New York City Ebola Patient’s Apartment Get Rid of Gloves Carelessly ---- Two New York City Police Department offers raised some eyebrows after they were filmed throwing protective gloves, masks and caution tape into a public trash can near the home of the city’s first Ebola positive patient.
But it this really cause for panic? The medical expert TheBlaze spoke with didn’t think so.
On Thursday, Dr. Craig Spencer was rushed to the hospital in an ambulance when he reported having a high fever and symptoms of nausea. Later, the test results for the doctor who, had recently been in Guinea caring for Ebola patients for Doctors Without Borders, came back positive for the viral disease.
As emergency crews went into action to start tracking people Spencer might have had contact with and dealing with his Harlem apartment, the New York Post reported that the NYPD also blocked off some of the streets near his home.
With the public eye focused on where Spencer lived, video recently emerged of two officers throwing wads of yellow tape used to section off areas into a public trash can, along with the gloves and face masks they were wearing at the time.