In a letter to the Oak Bluffs Board of Selectmen, Scott Brown has said he does not want an Elizabeth Warren driver, who was seen in a video shoving a cameraman, to lose his license. (Click here to read the letter.)
Morgan Reitzas was seen in the tracker's video knocking the camera from the tracker's hands. (Click here to watch the video.)
Brown said that trackers are a part of the political process and said he believes the driver Reitzas didn't know how to handle the situation.
"Mr. Reitzas was put into a situation that is foreign to most people, he did not understand what was going on and he let his emotions get the better of him," said Brown. "I do not think that taking away this man's livelihood is the appropriate response to what occurred."
The letter continued: "(Reitzas) seems like he's a regular guy who's just trying to get by like everyone else. It is my hope that he is allowed to continue with his job and get back to his life."
Reitzas said he overreacted to the tracker, but claims he was trying to protect his 4-year-old daughter who was in the back seat of the cab Warren was getting into.
He is not facing charges, but Oak Bluffs officials were looking into whether or not to revoke his cab driver's license.