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The Racism Card
Posted by: Jennifer ()
Date: May 11, 2018 07:44PM

Another instance of a black person against a white cop - and the cop gets labeled as racist, a bully - when it's the black person who is in violation of the law.

After the traffic stop, she made a video playing the Race Card to the hilt. (See in the article the video under, "In the video, Hilton-Williams said she feared for her life." )

She lies and said he threatened her saying, "I'll pull you out of the car." He just performed the standard lawful procedure for giving a ticket to someone who was speeding.

She said, "I was just threatened by a Racist Cop who Threatened to Pull Me Out of the Car, in the Middle of Nowhere."

But the cop had body cam so we see and hear 'what really happened'. And what really happened was that the cop was totally fine and treated her exactly as he would treat anyone who he stopped who -

WAS DOING 70 MILES PER HOUR IN A 55 MPH ZONE!

He did not bully her, he did not threaten her. She said she was scared for her life because of Racism. She said, "This is where we got lynched."

What a *** liar and bitch.

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Body Cam Video Released After Woman Accuses VA Deputy of Racism

After an accusation of racism during a Virginia traffic stop went viral, the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office has released a full, uninterrupted body cam video of the incident to refute the claim.

Behind the wheel of her car and live on Facebook, Dawn Hilton-Williams described a traffic stop on Route 58 westbound in rural Brunswick County. "I was just bullied by a racist cop, who threatened to pull me out of the car," said Hilton-Williams in the 11-minute-long Facebook video. "This is where we got lynched. This is where we got lynched, even in today's day."

[www.policemag.com]

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Body cam footage released after woman accuses deputy of racism: ‘I was just bullied’

[wtvr.com]

BRUNSWICK COUNTY, Va. -- After an accusation of racism during a Virginia traffic stop went viral, the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office has released a full, uninterrupted body cam video of the incident.

Behind the wheel of her car and live on Facebook, Dawn Hilton-Williams described a traffic stop on Route 58 westbound in rural Brunswick County.

"I was just bullied by a racist cop, who threatened to pull me out of the car," said Hilton-Williams in the 11-minute long Facebook video.

"This is where we got lynched. This is where we got lynched, even in today's day."

The traffic stop happened on April 27, when Hilton-Williams was heading home to Greensville, South Carolina after watching her daughter play in a tennis tournament.

In the video, Hilton-Williams said she feared for her life.

(Watch the video she made and posted about the white cop's racism that went viral)

"I mean pulling you out of a car doesn't seem like a big deal, but when you are African-American and you get pulled out of the car you get shot or you get Tased, or you get Sandra Blanded," said Hilton-Williams.

"I said 'I’m not putting my signature on that ticket.' He said 'if you don't sign this ticket, then I'm going to pull you out of the car and I'll arrest you, and I'll impound the car,'" she said tearfully in the video.

The Facebook video would soon go viral with nearly 800 shares and brought to the attention of Brunswick County Sheriff Brian Roberts after receiving dozens of calls from concerned citizens.

"I started getting calls from citizens asking what is going on. They had seen a posting and were concerned about how I would allow it to happen," said Roberts.

After reviewing body cam footage of the traffic stop, Roberts said the stop was completely by the book, and his deputy did nothing wrong.

"I don't know what she has been through and I don't know her life history, what I worry about is this kind of thing will inflame situations where you see cops in other states have been executed while they were just eating lunch," said Roberts.

With those concerns in mind, Roberts released the full body cam video to CBS 6.

The traffic stop

"Can I ask what you what you pulled me over for?" Hilton-Williams asked in the video.

"The reason why I stopped you is I clocked you at 70. The speed limit here is 55,” said the stopping deputy.

“There's no sign," replied Hilton-Williams.

Here in the uninterrupted interaction between Dawn Hilton-Williams and the deputy during the traffic stop:

Deputy: Alright ma'am, what I have here for you is a traffic summons for Brunswick County General...

Hilton-Williams: It's a traffic summons.

Deputy: Yes, for Brunswick County General District traffic court. Your court date is going to be June the 6th at 10:30 for a 70 in a 55 mile per hour zone.

Hilton-Williams: Where is the sign that says it's 55 mile per hour?

Deputy: Numerous places.

Hilton-Williams: Numerous places where? I mean between the gas station I just came from and right here?

Deputy: I mean numerous places back that way. You are more than welcome to go back there and look at them, take pictures of them or whatever you want to do.

Hilton-Williams: So you didn't give me a warning? You gave me an actual ticket?

Deputy: No warnings today ma'am.

Hilton-Williams: Wow.

Deputy: So your court date will be June the 6th at 10:30 for speeding 70 in a 55. You have the option to prepay this. I'm going to give you a phone number, plus a website that has our courthouse information. If you contact our courts they will tell you what the fine is, answer any one of your questions and if you decide to prepay it, you do not have to come to court.

Hilton-Williams: I will not be paying this ticket.

Deputy: If you don't want to prepay it, you'll have to come to court on June 6th at 10:30.

Hilton-Williams: I'll hire an attorney.

Deputy: I need you to sign right here.

Hilton-Williams: I'm not going to sign that ticket.


Deputy: Uhh ma'am, okay.

Hilton-Williams: I don't have to sign it.

Deputy: So ma'am.

Hilton-Williams: But I appreciate it.

Deputy: Hold on... So, what you are signing here is a promise to either come to court or promise to prepay. It is not an admission of guilt. It's only a promise to me that you're going to get it taken care of by either coming to court or prepaying it. If you refuse to sign the summons at this point, I'm gonna have to get you out of the side of the police car, place you under arrest and take you in front of a magistrate. I will get your vehicle towed and go from there. So, yes ma'am you do not have a choice...

Hilton-Williams: My cousin is on the phone.

Deputy: I don't care about that. I don't care who's on the phone. I'm talking to you right now. You do not have a choice but to sign summons. See thank you. I knew you was gonna sign it. I appreciate it very much and you have a safe day. Okay, thank you.

"We've had dash cams for 10 years and body cams on our persons for about three or four. It's to protect the public and our agency. This is a fine example. This entire incident was recorded on a body camera and it's all lies,” said Sheriff Roberts.

Hilton-Williams told Crime Insider Jon Burkett that she remembered things differently.

"Get or pull. All he had to do was say step out of the car ma’am. I felt that it was threatening and I didn't feel safe because he's got the gun and he's got the badge," she said.

"I wish society was different, I wish it wasn't normalized. I wish that everybody's traffic stop was the same so that people would just feel normal,” said Hilton-Williams. “I certainly did feel Sandra Bland. I saw that and felt it... like that
was about to happen to me. Like, what do I need to do and that I was scared.”

Sheriff Roberts remained resolved in his deputy’s innocence.

“This video here, there are things I could go over and critique the officer on, it's not racial things, it's not hate things. Certainly some etiquette or verbal judo that could be fixed and improved upon,” said Roberts. “What's ultimately going to be accomplished, it's not going to make the ticket go away, it's not going to solve anything. It’s only causing more problems.”

Roberts said he has not received a formal complaint about the incident.

Hilton-Williams tells CBS 6 that she plans to file that complaint soon.

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Re: The Racism Card
Posted by: Jennifer ()
Date: May 12, 2018 07:54PM

I guess Wall the Waffle House Guy and Dawn the Speeding Woman didn't watch this video -

FUNNY! - How To Not Get Your Ass Kicked By The Police - Chris Rock

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Re: The Racism Card
Posted by: Jennifer ()
Date: May 17, 2018 10:22PM

Wow, of course the NAACP Leader would be a liar also - love the body cams

WATCH: NAACP Leader Accuses Cop Of Racially Profiling, Harassing Him. The Body Cam Footage Tells A Different Story.

[www.dailywire.com]

In the post, which has since tellingly been removed from his Facebook page, Moultrie said he was pulled over for driving a nice car in a nice neighborhood while black.

(What a Liar)

"TONIGHT I WAS RACIALLY PROFILED By Timmonsville officer CAUSE I WAS DRIVING A MERCEDES BENZ AND GOING HOME IN A NICE NEIGHBORHOOD," he started the post. "But you know tomorrow they will hear from me."

Moultrie recapped the fabricated conversation thusly:

Me: hello sir how can I help you

Officer: I am stopping you cause you fail to put on a turn signal and do you have any drugs in the car

Me: sir how would you know if I used by turn signal when you was approaching me as I turn and is there any drugs in your car?

Officer: License and registration

Me: sir can I take off my seat belt and get it

Officer: sure

Me: (as i open glove box i said) sir this is a new car i just purchased and all i have is bill of sale, insurance car, and registration from car I am transferring tags

Officer: ok where you work and who car is this and why you in this neighborhood

Me: sir I am a pastor and I live in the house on the left

Officer: and I guess I am the bill gates

[...]

Officer: you need to park this vehicle and never drive it till you get this straight with DMV


"This officer thought he had some drugs or something cause since when 2 patrol car stops one car on a turn signal issue," Moultrie wrote at the end of the post. "Guess I can’t be a pastor and can’t drive a Mercedes Benz and live in a nice neighborhood. Well you know as president of Timmonsville NAACP he stop the wrong car tonight cause someone needs to answer for this behavior..."

Yeah, that's not what happened at all.

As reported by South Carolina Now (SCNOW) Morning News' Shamira McCray, the body camera footage shows Officer Chris Miles explaining to Moultrie that he pulled him over only because he neglected to signal before a turn; he never asked him about drugs, questioned what he was doing in a nice neighborhood, nor mocked him with the alleged "Bill Gates" comment. The only semi-consistent part of the post was that Officer Miles suggested Moultrie not drive his new car until he gets the proper documentation sorted out. (See video below.)


Timmonsville Police Chief Billy Brown said he took a look at the footage after Moultrie's complaint was brought to his attention and concluded the allegations to be false.

"But I think by [Moultrie] being the president of NAACP for the Timmonsville area, that it needs to be out to the public for the simple reason, if and when something else happens, they need to be able to look at the credibility of who’s presenting it," said Brown. "I mean, if he lied about this to us, he’ll lie about anything to anyone. I just don’t think we need his type of representation."

Moultrie was apparently "anointed" as leader of the NAACP chapter and not voted into the position by the community, as would typically be the case, Timmonsville Councilman Curtis Harris told SCNOW Morning News. Harris also slammed Moultrie for his false allegations of racism, which he said do not "have any basis of truth."

"The way they rigged it, they wouldn’t let anybody else vote, closed vote,” said Harris.

"Prior to that [Moultrie becoming president], all of the leadership for the NAACP was from the community, by the community and of the community,” he explained. "He [Moultrie] is not from the community. He was not recommended by the community. And he is not a part of the community."

Harris wants a "fair election for a new local NAACP president who is a reputable person," notes SCNOW Morning News.

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Re: The Racism Card
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: May 18, 2018 04:28AM

quote Jennifer
Wow, of course the NAACP Leader would be a liar also - love the body cams

wow Of course Jennifer you would say that, that also speaks volumes

Of course we all know.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/18/2018 04:37AM by riverhousebill.

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