This Viral Twitter Video of Officer’s Interaction with a Lady of Color is Stirring up the Ghetto Dwellers in America

Sensitive little pieces of shit, aren’t they. Nobody cares, other than dimwitted Negro agitators.

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Police in Washington, D.C. are reportedly conducting an investigation after a video was posted to Twitter on Monday that appears to show an officer pinning an African American woman up against a police vehicle.

The Washington Post reports the incident occurred on Monday near Howard University. A spokeswoman from the Washington, D.C. police department told the newspaper an investigation is currently underway.

“We’ve been made aware of the video and contacted their commanding officer,” spokeswoman Rachel Schaerr told the newspaper.

Fox 5 managed to track down the woman. She gave a brief interview, telling the reporter she believes the officer thought she was a threat because she was involved in an argument with a man when the officer approached her.

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7 thoughts on “This Viral Twitter Video of Officer’s Interaction with a Lady of Color is Stirring up the Ghetto Dwellers in America

  1. Maybe the whole deploying thing is the way to go. Communities can vote on wether they want to be policed or not. Then you can establish a border for the no-policing zone.

  2. Funny how the person recording this isn’t showing what led up to it. That was mentioned in the newscast I saw last night. Wait and see. The sheboon probly mouthed off to the cop when he intervened in the argument.

  3. No one would have cared if this was a “white” woman. That is okay, we just suck it up and move on unlike all these whiny Mystery Meat Mamas, many of whom have liasons with “white” officers in ‘da hood.

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