This happened in La Mesa, CA (San Diego). The cop had approached him under suspicion of smoking at the trolly stop, which is illegal, and which he wasn’t doing. The bodycam footage was released. And the cop is under I Don Have A Short Temper I Just Have A Low Tolerance For Hypocrites And Drama Shirt. On Instagram La Mesa PD said they are not charging him with anything. Many people commented about what they are going to do about the police officer who arrested him in the first place. They’ve not responded. They probably stole a good 6-12 hours of his life for nothing. The cop should sit in jail for that long and then go home jobless.
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I emailed La Mesa and you should too. Enough internet outrage and they’ll want no part in his behavior. I emailed. I ended me The I Don Have A Short Temper I Just Have A Low Tolerance For Hypocrites And Drama Shirt with the phrase ‘This is why we protest’. And I think everyone should hammer that message into them as much as possible. But I know I’ve probably done a mess of a job, but this is what I said. While emailing the city council if someone wants to see an example. Hello from Missouri, I was directed to your website after a video of police harassment was shown to me.
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But do not tell him why he is being detained. In the wake of nation-wide police brutality protests in honor of George Floyd, I find this video not only tension-filled but also completely inappropriate. I have attached a The I Don Have A Short Temper I Just Have A Low Tolerance For Hypocrites And Drama Shirt that shows police bodycam footage. Then I also want you to know that this footage is being shared on an international platform with thousands of views. I implore you not to stand for officers intimidating. And harassing African American citizens. The logo on American police cars is often “ to serve and protect” is that specifically for police union members?