Man you Negroes really have to be careful in the snow.
Something about seeing Negroes in the snow must really set off some white folks.
The thing is, when you are in the snow, you can't hide. In case you didn't notice you Negroes tend to stand out in the snow.
In New Rochelle, New York, the police actually drew their guns on some Negro kids who were having a snowball fight.
"The incident happened early last week, and video was uploaded by LiveLeak and posted on New Rochelle’s Talk of the Sound on Saturday.
“Don’t f**king move, guys,” the officer can be heard saying on the cell phone video with his gun drawn. One of the teens is kneeling on the ground with his hands in the air. As the officer searched him, the woman filming the incident gave her account of what happened.
They were having a snowball fight,” she says.” This group of guys was having a snowball fight and now a cop has a gun on them.” [Source]
Of course they do. Those snowballs, like anything else in the hands of the Negro, can be dangerous.
This all shouldn't come as a surprise; police officers are drawing their guns on 11 year old kids in their own bedrooms these days.
If you are an older Negro you are not immune from the "color arousal" issues that many folks in law enforcement now suffer from.
"Seattle Police Chief Kathleen O’Toole has reassigned an officer involved in the arrest last summer of a 69-year-old man who refused to drop a golf club he was carrying on a city sidewalk.
Officer Cynthia Whitlatch ordered the man to drop the golf club, saying he had swung it at her patrol car in a threatening manner and struck a stop sign. A video of the encounter last summer shows that after driving around a block, the officer pulled her cruiser up to a corner where the man, William Wingate, was standing, and yelled at him to drop the golf club.
She told him he had swung it at her, and that audio and video recordings from her cruiser would back up her allegations.
Wingate appeared surprised, seemed to have trouble hearing the officer, and then insisted he had done no such thing. He said he had used the golf club as a cane for 20 years.
Wingate was eventually convicted of unlawfully using a weapon under a plea deal in which the charge would be dismissed if he had no other offenses for two years.
No recordings surfaced to bolster Whitlach’s version of events, and after a state lawmaker questioned the arrest, the city attorney’s office took another look. Prosecutors dismissed the conviction, and the police department apologized for the arrest and returned his golf club. The department said this week the officer had “received counseling” from her supervisor — which O’Toole initially deemed an appropriate resolution." [Source]
Apparently it wasn't an "appropriate resolution" for officer Whitlach.
"But then the chief became aware of troubling Facebook posts made by Whitlatch about a month after the arrest — at a time when protests in Ferguson, Missouri, had gripped the nation’s attention.
The weekly newspaper The Stranger reported that Whitlatch said she was tired of “black peoples paranoia” and wrote of “chronic black racism that far exceeds any white racism in this country.”
Whitlatch is white; Wingate is black.
In a written statement Thursday, O’Toole said she was “shocked and disappointed” on Wednesday to read Whitlatch’s comments. She reassigned the officer to desk duty, where she would have no interaction with the public, pending a review of her cases, and asked the Office of Professional Accountability to launch an independent investigation.
I am shocked! A racist police officer. *sarcasm off*
Oh well, fortunately it doesn't snow a lot in Seattle.