Cops Under Fire for Arrest of Naked Black Harvard Student Standing in Busy Street While on Drugs

As usual I believe I hear the sounds of the voices of hysterical Negros in the background, as a naked nog on drugs is tackled and taken into custody by a group of police officers.

The nog is some kind of rocket scientist or whatever. He must be since he’s a student at Harvard. His Africaness couldn’t have anything to do with it, could it?

NBC News

The arrest of a black Harvard student by an officer seen repeatedly punching him in the stomach during an arrest has prompted an investigation and raised questions over the use of police force.

Watch the arrest above and see if you have any questions about police brutality.

Selorm Ohene, 21, was arrested Friday in Cambridge, Massachusetts, after police were called about a disturbance shortly after 9 p.m. Officers who arrived found him completely nude in the middle of Massachusetts Avenue and acting irrationally, police said in an arrest report and a statement. They said attempts to calm him down were met with opposition and hostility.

A cellphone video taken by a bystander shows one officer tackle Ohene to the ground, then punch him several times as he appears to resist.

The police report said officers learned from Ohene’s acquaintances that he had taken hallucinogenic drugs, possibly LSD or morning glory, whose seeds are psychoactive.

Do you think that Ohene should be kicked out of Harvard and deported for this typical Negro madness? Don’t bet on it.

Ohene was charged with disorderly conduct, indecent exposure, resisting arrest, assault and battery on ambulance personnel and assault, police said.

Drugs or no drugs, it’s TNB for a nog confronted by police.

Cambridge Mayor Marc McGovern said in a statement Sunday that the police department has assured him that the altercation captured on the video is being investigated. McGovern said, “Cambridge affirms that Black Lives Matter, but it must be true in practice as well.”

Ohene is a Harvard student studying mathematics. His attorneys with Harvard Law School said in a statement, “The video speaks for itself.”

“He is currently recovering from injuries sustained during his encounter with the Cambridge Police Department,” the statement says. “This has been and continues to be a trying ordeal for Selorm and for his family.”

A police officer said in an arrest report that the officers tried to calm Ohene down, but his fists clenched, his hostility escalated and he “started to take steps towards officers in a an aggressive manner.”

Cowardly politicians who don’t support their police in a clear-cut situation like this make me sick.

“I perceived this as a threat and thought an attack was imminent,” the officer said in the report.

Another officer delivered five strikes with a closed fist to Ohene’s stomach, but “these seemed ineffective,” the officer writing the report said.

Police have said the use of force was required to make Ohene comply. “It was for his safety, the safety of the officers and the safety of everybody else,” Cambridge Police Commissioner Branville Bard has said.

Since the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, in 2014, many Americans have questioned what they see as an excessive police use of force, particularly against black men and other minorities, that continues despite years of protests and media attention.

Some students expressed skepticism that the Cambridge police investigation would lead to changes. “I think we’ve seen in each one of these situations the police investigations come back and there hasn’t been any wrongdoing — so, I’m not impressed by that,” Harvard student Leighton Watson told NBC Boston.

The Harvard Black Law Students Association said in a statement that some of its members witnessed the arrest and said Ohene was surrounded by at least four officers, who, “without provocation, lunged at him, tackled him and pinned him to the ground.”

“The university has ample resources that could have, and should have, been mobilized to come to the student’s aid prior to CPD getting involved,” the association said.

He wuz a good boy. He dindu nuffins.

Blacks show their incompatibility with white civilization when they criticize a clean arrest like this. Their minds are like those of children in that they can’t accept responsibility for anything that any of them do.

5 thoughts on “Cops Under Fire for Arrest of Naked Black Harvard Student Standing in Busy Street While on Drugs

  1. The heroic “guys on the job” (or “Blue Knights”) seem afraid of the naked drugged up monkey….Truthfully, there was no reason for the hero (or “Blue Knight” in gay police drag) to slam the naked skinny monkey so viciously into the concrete from behind…A nightstick would have been more appropriate….
    The heroic “guys on the job” will need a couple of months off (with pay) for mental trauma….
    I “feel safe” now….Yes…

  2. ““The university has ample resources that could have, and should have, been mobilized to come to the student’s aid prior to CPD getting involved,” the association said.”

    Ample resources? Such as? What “ample resources” could have been mobilized to come to the doped up naked nigger’s aid? Perhaps the snow-hoe black ass kissing squad?

    You know, one thing I have noticed about police, when you cooperate with them, they don’t beat you up! How about that? When you don’t threaten a police officer, he doesn’t shoot you! How about that? And finally, when you don’t break the law, they don’t arrest you! Amazing isn’t it?

  3. Sigh! since I live in this multi-species cesspool as one of the diminishing rational humans, this behavior of primates is nothing new to the Soviet Socialist Republik of Cambridge. Twice I have been sitting in a sidewalk café in broad daylight along Mass Ave (where the incident in this topic took place, when “out of it” naked porch monkeys waltzed in the road or attacked random white people for no reason.

    When anyone came to the aid of the attacked human sjw’s and niggers came out of the woodwork to shout the concerned citizen down.

    The gentleman of kolour will probably be \given a key to the city and $1 \million in reparations for his suffering.

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