By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Minority kids attack white cop... Lester Holt makes it an effing headline—first story of the night—on Negro Nightly News, but twists it to make the cop look bad.
(CBS-LA) The Los Angeles Police Protective League says publicly available cellphone video shows the officer was physically assaulted by multiple individuals and sustained injuries in Tuesday’s incident.
The union says an officer has the right to self-defense no matter the age of the offender.
Dozens of people protested outside the officer’s home Wednesday night. The infractions attributed to the protestors were all misdemeanors and included failure to disperse, resisting arrest and battery on a peace officer, Anaheim police Sgt. Daron Wyatt said.
According to Wyatt, the officer has been dealing with local teens walking across his lawn, and the officer asking the teens to walk on the sidewalk Tuesday sparked the fight. Anaheim’s police chief Thursday cited insufficient evidence in the decision not to arrest an off-duty Los Angeles police officer who fired a weapon during an altercation with a group of teenagers.
In an afternoon news conference, Anaheim police Chief Raul Quezada said officers interviewed everyone involved in the skirmish, and arrested a 13-year-old boy on suspicion of making criminal threats after the off-duty officer alleged that the teen had threatened to shoot him.
The boy disputed that claim, saying he told the off-duty officer he was going to “sue” him.
Another teen was arrested for allegedly assaulting the officer during the struggle. Quezada said the off-duty officer, who has not been identified, was interviewed and his weapon was seized.
In all, nearly two dozen people were arrested after the confrontation between the off-duty officer and a group of teens occurred about 2:40 p.m. Tuesday near Euclid Street and Palais Road, according to police.
A forensics team Thursday searched for evidence at the home, which was later vandalized along with the officer’s vehicle.
GRA: Lesta's specialty. The minority thugs of the future are at fault, yet Holt plays it up as if it was a racist cop attacking poor Mexis. (Or black; who can tell?)
On top of everything, the cop’s home and car were vandalized, as was the next door neighbor’s—because the mob didn't know which house was the cop’s.
Why it was the lead story on a national “news” network escapes me, except for the obvious reason—and the correct one: Anti-cop, anti-white, pro-thug agenda.
Click goes the remote.
Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 7:01:00 P.M. EST