On April 27th, a South Carolinian woman was pulled to the side of the road by police in Virginia. Dawn H. W. immediately went live on Facebook after the incident, sharing her experience through tears. “I was just bullied by a racist cop, who threatened to pull me out of the car,” she said about her encounter with the officer, “I was going 70 mph in a 65 zone”. In her 11-minute video, Dawn stressed how traumatic it felt, and how she feared being shot, tasered or “Sandra Blanded”. As well as detailing the encounter, the woman mentioned that she “did a lot of protesting, a lot of fighting in her day, so things like that wouldn’t happen”.
After the video went viral, Brunswick County Sheriff Brian Roberts received a flood of angry calls from concerned people. He reviewed the officer’s body cam footage and determined that his deputy did nothing wrong during the encounter with Dawn H. W. “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…
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