Police gone wild again … Watch the video, see for yourself, had bad they beat this apparently innocent black citizen.
You know it was the Democrat party who tried after the Civil War to prevent black people from owning weapons. Their KKK was the Democrats enforcer, during this dark time in American history, they often disarmed legal black gun owners. You would think blacks would be more sensitive than ever after that experience.
A Minneapolis man says he suffered a concussion after receiving a beating from five police officers who attacked him after they noticed he was carrying a gun in his waist band, WCCO-TV in Minnesota reports.
The problem is, Zachary King has a concealed carry permit to lawfully carry the firearm. He argues police still attacked him anyway as he was leaving a local nightclub on Father’s Day night even after he told them he was carrying the permit.
“’I have my conceal and carry, and it’s my gun.’ And soon as I said that he grabbed me by my neck, slammed me against the wall, snatched my gun out the holster, started waving it in the air saying ‘gun, gun, gun,’” King said.
King also told WCCO he said nothing disrespectful to the officers and made no sudden movements that could have warranted the reaction from police.
“Then four other officers just came and slammed me on my face, one of the officers had me by my head just banging it on the sidewalk,” he said.
The permit was eventually discovered but King was reportedly taken to jail anyway.
WCCO has more on the incident:
King says officers eventually went for his back pocket and his wallet to get his weapons permit.
“And he goes like this to show them that I have my card and they stopped beating me,” said King.
King was then taken to the hospital before his last stop, jail.
It should be noted that King was previously arrested and not charged after recording police in April — a video he says showed an abuse of power. Additionally, he was acquitted of manslaughter in 2008 after his pit bull mauled to death his 7-year-old son. King’s attorney, Mike Patton, says his client, then “has zero criminal record.”
“It takes a lot of courage to come forward in this type of situation. He doesn’t want to see this happen to other people,” said Patton.
Still, King was ultimately charged in the most recent incident with misdemeanor obstructing the legal process, according to KAAL-TV in Minnesota.
“There will be no plea and we’ll take the case to trial, if need be,” said Patton.
My own experience — I was recently stopped for a traffic infraction, the police officer ask if I was carrying, as apparently the police computers cross reference gun carry permit holders. The officer asked me to present the gun, from my holster. He safed the gun while writing the ticket, gave me a warming ticket. Unloaded the weapon — Gave the gun and ammo back and drove off. The ticket was for driving over a double yellow line, just a warning for the first time. Yes I did it!!!