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Shooting Victim Catches His Own Attack on Video

| by Mark Berman Opposing Views

It is not uncommon these days for people to capture crimes on their cell phone video cameras. But the victim of a shooting getting images of his own attack? That's a new one.

It happened in Florida (of course) last week. Salvatore Miglino sensed there would be trouble when he went to his mother-in-law's house to pick up his son for a court-allowed custody visit, reports the New York Daily News. So he took out his iPhone and turned on the video camera.

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He was right. Police say 66-year-old Cheryl Hepner pulled a gun and shot Miglino twice. The gun jammed when she allegedly tried to pump more bullets into him.

"I can't believe you did that! I can't believe you did that! What are you, crazy? Miglino can be heard screaming.

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Miglino was treated for wounds to his shoulder and ribs. Hepner is charged with attempted murder. The Associated Press has more, followed by the raw video: