IMA Police Officer, Eric Casebolt Resigns Under Pressure From the African American Community

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Eric Casebolt has resigned from the Mckinney, Texas Police force after growing pressure and disgust within the African American community to have him fired and prosecuted for assault.

Eric Casebolt submitted his resignation through his attorney. At a news conference Tuesday evening, police chief Greg Conley confirmed that Casebolt resigned while under investigation.

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“The actions of Casebolt, as seen on the video of the disturbance at the community pool, are indefensible,” Conley said. “Our polices, our training and our practices do not support his actions. He came into the call out of control and — as the video shows — was out of control during the incident. I had 12 officers on the scene and 11 of them performed according to their training. They did an excellent job.”

While lawsuits are sure to come, and the African-American teenagers victimized by Eric Casebolt will be compensated for the trauma, embarrassment, and unwanted attention, African Americans must not be complacent.

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We are at a turning point as a collective. A point in which dictates we must neutralize our historical enemies’ ability to dictate rules to us.  Keep in mind many of these assaults and  murders across the USA of African-Americans are not recorded; yet, they happen on a daily basis.

African parents must stop trying to have their children adapt into a racist Inbred mutant albino society. It is time for us to stop being “law abiding second class citizens”.

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4 thoughts on “IMA Police Officer, Eric Casebolt Resigns Under Pressure From the African American Community

  1. This is great news. No one will miss this racist faggot. I say good riddance. But I agree this happens all over the country and worldwide. There are thousands of cops with the same racist mentality. This mutant was just one of many. We should not celebrate too soon. Although I am glad he loss his job.

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  2. “We are at a turning point as a collective. A point in which dictates we must neutralize our historical enemies’ ability to dictate rules to us.”

    I totally agree, we must not allow ourselves to be distracted or pacified.

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