I know the board is full of all the crap about the camera issue. Personally, I will wait until comment comes from ANYONE that is actually INVOLVED. Since ESPN INCORRECTLY reported that the league found the Pats guilty (incorrect because the league has said no decision has been reached and ESPNs report was false) there are 100s of stories drawing conclusions based upon that incorrect fact. The media and internet housewives have added dozens of layers of speculation on top of reality, and reached a conclusion from that. I have a question though, that I have not seen anwered. From what I have read, I'm seeing it implied that Mangini knew of the possiblity this would happen, and alerted stadium and NFL security. It would follow that this alert was BEFORE the game. Security responded by confiscating the camera. WHEN did this occur? If this is going to be called cheating and have Pat-haters imply that it influenced the game, wouldn't it be important to know how long the cameraman was taping?