Drunk New Jersey Calls Black Officer The N-Word After Getting Kicked Out Of Bar
A drunk New Jersey bar patron who was ejected from the establishment for fighting over the weekend caused even more of a slur later on in the evening when he returned to threaten & insult the cop who arrested him.
A Flanders man was arrested on the final weekend of 2014 after pestering police outside a Morristown bar and threatening to punch an officer while calling him a racial slur,
According to a Morristown Police report, George Fisher, 25, was ejected from the Iron Bar on Saturday, Dec. 27 for allegedly fighting inside the business with another person.
Police officer Jesse Dickerson escorted Fisher from the scene, police said. At that point, Fisher became “agitated” and began arguing with the officer, claiming he was being treated unfairly.
Fisher then told Dickerson he would slap the microphone off the officer’s radio and punch him in the face, the report said. Dickerson told Fisher to leave the area or he would be placed under arrest for trespassing, the report said.
Fisher and his brother left the area but ultimately returned and attempted to enter the bar, the report said. Dickerson arrived and escorted Fisher away, and told him he was trespassing, the report said.
At that point, the report said, Fisher began yelling, “I can’t breathe,” and “My hands are up. Don’t shoot me n—-.”
The police report shows Fisher is a black male.
Fisher yelled racial slurs and “threatened to put the officer on CNN,” the report said.
It’s really a shame that people are taking Eric Garner’s last words and making mockery out of them. SMH…