Every once in a while someone, probably by total accident, comes in contact with a good cop. My brother had this happen late Wednesday night/Thursday morning. He got pulled over taking the kids to see my folks. The cop told him what he had observed about my brothers driving. Then he told my brother that he was either drunk or tired. My brother (not drunk) was advised to get a cup of coffee or maybe switch drivers with his wife. Then the cop let him go. He didn't even run his drivers license.
No real crime had occurred, no more of my brothers time was wasted than the 5 min for the stop. All in all not a bad police encounter.
As we all know from watching the news, southern cops are nothing but redneck, low life, racist, cracker azz mo-fo's looking for any chance they can get to oppress a nigga.
Then I saw this story about a cop who decided not to make an arrest.
Tarrant Police officer delivered food to Helen Johnson, the grandmother caught stealing eggs at a Dollar General on Monday. Officer William Stacy responded to the scene and bought Johnson the eggs rather than arresting her. The act of kindness was caught on video and has become a viral sensation.Tarrant is a suburb of Birmingham Alabama. You may remember something about Birmingham and Dr. MLK. So I guess we all know about these kind of white people. I haven't seen anyone else say this so I'm going to.
Helen Johnson was a black women caught in the act of steeling. She said she was steeling 5 eggs because she was 50 cents short of buying a dozen eggs and her grand children were hungry. The store employees had called the police. A white male cop showed up. The store told him they weren't going to press charges for a pocket full of eggs. All he had to do to fulfill his duty was escort her off the property.
If ABC/NBC/CBS or the Holder Justice Department was writing this story the next thing that happened would have been a beat down or a shooting.
William Stacy isn't your
Apparently officer Stacy missed the day they covered keeping the black man down at police academy.
I eagerly await the appearance of Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Eric Holder or Barrack Obama at a press conference discussing the "situation" with the police and race relations in Alabama.