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New York cops again detained a black minor "especially dangerous" candy seller

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November 13th, Dr. Rebecca Kavanagh, NYC Public Defender posted a Twitter video showing how four police officers brutally arrested a black guy for illegally selling candy on the subway. According to her tweet, this happened on November 12th. On the video you can hear people calling police officers "racists" and that he "did not do nothing."

Obviously, police brutality is fiction, because the protocols of detention of minors for selling sweets in the subway allow you to arrest people in this way. The video also does not hear at least one of the officers reading out the rights of the detainee.

Later, the police gave an official response to the arrest, indicating that the man refused to cooperate and provide identification, and also resisted the arrest.

This story is the twin brother of the recent ridiculous arrest at the Pleasant Hill station. Only in the previous case, transport police officers charged with illegal eating a sandwich as the reason for detention.

If you dig deeper, the New York police have long been practicing excessive cruelty towards subway passengers. Only at the beginning of this month, large-scale strikes broke out against police brutality against the black population, but they went unnoticed by local authorities and it is clear that “force and weapons” is their main tool.

New York cops again detained a black minor "especially dangerous" candy seller

Author: Usa Really