You may recall the mother on the playground who was arrested a few weeks ago. That’s just one case where the police overstepped their authority and implemented the so-called Gestapo tactics.
A New York City woman was handcuffed and taken to the ground in a video captured by an onlooker as NYPD cops accused her of not wearing her mask properly during the COVID-19 pandemic. As the struggle ensues, the woman’s child looks scared. We’ve seen similar situations in videos from world war two where children were forced to leave their parents.
The encounter took place at the Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center station in Brooklyn, New York, around 11:50 a.m.
But so far didn’t receive mainstream media coverage!
According to Spectrum News NY1, the woman was arrested and charged with resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, and harassment. Officers reportedly approached her as she ascended the steps of the subway, saying she appeared to not be wearing a mask while talking on the phone. However, as she moves further up the steps, her face is covered as well as her daughter’s.
When one of the officers touches her on the shoulder, the woman — who police identified as 22-year-old Kaleemah Rozier — yells at them “”Don’t touch me!” and begins to swing her arms about.
The cops then surround her and force her to the ground, while another cop leads her toddler away.
“Yo, yo, this is unnecessary!” an onlooker can be heard shouting.
The NYPD had no problem throwing her to the ground and cuffing her, never mind social distancing. All for not wearing a mask, all in front of her little boy. pic.twitter.com/DWgxfZf6hF
— In the NOW (@inthenow) May 20, 2020
Responding to a story and video first reported by NY1 of a 22-year-old mother being wrestled to the ground by police and arrested, Mayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday said it isn’t right.
“It shouldn’t have gone down that way, period,” De Blasio said, adding “We should never have a situation where a mom with her child ends up under arrest for that kind of offense. It’s just not right.”
These are the same type of cops that would follow orders to confiscate guns, the constitution is damned. There’s only one thing they understand, violence!
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