|The girl could have sang and danced and the cops would have let her go. I mean if you sing badly and dance like a fool, could you be drunk and possibly underage?|
A good way to get off the force and a great way to say the mistrust between Blacks and law enforcement is gotten even worse.
The #CrimingWhileWhite meme was picking up steam last year. White people are telling how they managed to beat a night in the county when confronted by the law.
A young woman and her friends recorded three arresting cops trying to apprehend her for underage drinking. In the video, there a festival at Texas A&M. The Chilifest Country event was held and the law knew it would advocate underage drinking.
I mean how many underage teens are often slipped a drink while partying?
Well the young woman was about to be caught up. I guess she batted an eyelash and showed her boobs.
She would convince the cops that she's not drunk. In order to prove to the cops she wasn't drunk, she would play "Rock, Paper, & Scissors".
She wins. She use the "ROCK" to crush a cop's "SCISSORS".
#CrimingWhileWhite "@UPROXX: Won Her Way Out Of An Underage Drinking Arrest By Beating A Cop @ ‘Rock Paper Scissors’ http://t.co/oqZXUlo09W"
— Frederico Fellatio (@OpenYoMouf) April 15, 2015
The officers let her go and head off to probably arrest that Black guy who was probably walking through (probably acting suspiciously).
The Raw Story is on fire today. They cover this controversy.
“I have seen the video and can only say that this is unacceptable and unprofessional conduct by these officers,” said Dennis Gaas, constable for Burleson County Precinct 2 – which hired the officers to work security at the music festival in Snook.
Chief Gaas said the county doesn’t have enough officers to cover Chilifest, so he must hire up to 100 officers from other departments to provide crowd and traffic control for the event.
Officers issued 113 citations over the weekend and arrested 44 people, Gaas said.
He said officers are given discretion whether or not to issue citations, but he disapproved of the way these officers decided the outcome of the case.
“(Playing) games to get someone out of a ticket, I have a problem with that,” Gaas said.
He said the three officers, whose names were not released, have been told they are not allowed to work Chilifest again.
“It gives all of us a bad name,” Gaas said.
The incident stands in contrast to another encounter between police and a college student captured on viral video.
A black junior college student said two Philadelphia police officers tried to arrest him after they challenged him to a pickup basketball game and he beat them.
Video showed Samir Hill, a point guard at Allegany College of Maryland, drive quickly past one officer and cause another to fall down, and he said the pair came back two days later and detained him for nearly two hours before letting him go without charge.