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Florida firefighter fired for illegally recording a conversation with fire chief, police officer

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A veteran South Florida firefighter and union president has been fired, banned from city buildings, and has been arrested.

According to WPLG, Frank Cagan had been on administrative leave.

He apparently recorded a phone conversatin with the city’s fire chief and police officer without their consent. Something that’s illegal in Florida.

Cagan also posted a video of four officers serving a restraining order on his Facebook page.

In the illegal recordinng Cagan blamed the Fire Chief John McNamara for embarrassing him in front of his family.

Cagan threatens McNamara in the video saying there’s an investigation against him and he’s going to jail.

The chief has stated Cagan has been acting erratically since he sent a January e-mail demanding the city commissioners to meet with him once a month or lose the fire union’s endoresement during the next election.

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