The chap said he had paid and then asked for the bank details to pay again.That's another sticky point, it's one thing to apply some leverage to collect an "alleged debt"
But could it be considered going too far to out the person publicly.
Probably varies by state here (almost sure it does, except public officials are barred from any right to refuse being recorded in public -that's been painful to get to).The chap said he had paid and then asked for the bank details to pay again.
Right to privacy? Borderline. Looks like the incident was clearly visible from council owned ground - ie somewhere you would not expect to have privacy.
I'm a law professor, and my first article on electronic evidence was published in I think 1987.Is this you opinion or is it fact.?
I am not a lawyer I don't even play one on TV, but I can see many pitfalls. time verification, chain of evidence, intent
That chap has got his face on the internet as being a liar for £450?
Looked like the house was probably worth a few quid, shiny car on a private drive, and he doesn't value his rep at less than half a grand?