FBer Yvette Simons shared, ” He has no business holding her like that. He isn’t arresting her. He isn’t giving ber a reason to detain her. She is under no obligation to give him ID.”
“And the camera thing.. the cop needs to shut up.“
Hi, Yvette. What I see in this video is a distraught emotionally disturbed woman resisting lawful commands from a uniformed police officer.
I see a woman acting irrationally after admitting the police were called to the scene to investigate an alleged offense reported by a third party not present in this video.
I see a woman who in her mind believes she committed an offense for which she could be arrested, and despite the fact the officer is telling her she will not be arrested if she complies with his investigation, the woman irrationally believes she has the authority to dictate how the officer conducts his investigation.
My impression watching this video is this woman committed some type of offense at a nearby location, the police were notified and responded to the scene, observing this woman with her two children leaving the location where she allegedly committed an offense, and ducking into this store in an attempt to elude the police.
Not wanting to conduct his police investigation inside a private business and possibly disrupting that innocent business, the officer wanted to move his official police investigation outside.
Sadly, I see the officer being distracted by a citizen who has every right to film this police citizen interaction, yet nevertheless adds needless emotional stress when standing close behind the officer out of view.
I see an officer distracted from his investigation by legitimate concerns for his safety, asking this videographer to back up, and while he’s distracted the female suspect is reaching into her pocketbook…
I see additional officers arriving on the scene attempting to block the videographer’s line of sight, preventing him from recording a video that in my opinion totally exonerates this officer from any allegations of misconduct that someone might consider making against him.
Sadly, I also see an American of African descent being detained by police and immediately needing to call for her mother. A behavior I witnessed over and over and over and over again during the 12 years I was a Brooklyn, NY cop. Again and again I witnessed mostly teen and adult boys and men calling out for someone to notify their mothers the police have snatched them up and they need mom, the person responsible for them “living wild” on the streets and being detained by the police, to come and help them.
Yvette, even sadder is witnessing this apparently emotionally ill mother, to some extent, acting much like the late Ms. Korryn Gaines, who recorded herself traumatizing her children while conditioning them to HATE, as well as not to trust police.
This woman had absolutely no lawful right to resist this officer’s commands.
For the sake of her emotional well being, as well as the emotional well being of her children I hope someone who loves this woman and cares about her will do everything within their power to see that she get some kind of professional help.
Perhaps if this officer were to see this recording he could forward it to child welfare authorities for professional evaluation and possible further investigation?
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