A judge is questioning the New York City Police Department’s finding that it would cost $36,480 for the city to provide a cable news channel with footage from a pilot program in which NYPD officers wore body cameras.

Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Kathryn Freed said several questions of fact have been raised through Time Warner Cable News-NY1′s request for about 190 hours of footage gathered in late 2014 through cameras worn voluntarily by on-duty officers. Freed said 1,576 police-civilian interactions were caught on the cameras in five weeks of the pilot program.

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