McKinney, Texas Cop Eric Casebolt Sued For Racism And Sex Assault
If you still can’t understand why people scream “F*** the police!” then you must be a cop
The white McKinney, Texas, cop who was recorded on a now-viral video tackling a black teen girl and pointing his gun at two unarmed black teens was previously accused of racial bias and sexual assault by a man he arrested in 2007.
Federal court documents show that David Eric Casebolt and other officers were sued in 2008 in federal court for racial profiling, harassment, failure to render aid and sexual assault.
The handwritten lawsuit was filed by Albert E. Brown Jr., who was being held in jail on pending charges related to the traffic stop at the time.
Casebolt is now on administrative leave while his actions during the June 5 incident at a community pool party are investigated by his department.
Brown accused Casebolt of reaching into his “private area” and pulling his pants “down below ankles” during the traffic stop.
Brown was parked on the wrong side of a road in McKinney, according to the civil complaint. Casebolt told Brown he was going to write him a ticket for the traffic offense, but then said he saw two marijuana seeds and an open container in the car.
Brown said Casebolt also remarked about the “white girls” who were with him and made comments about him and his clothes.
Brown also claimed in the lawsuit that another officer, Lee Keith, slammed his head into the hood of the car repeatedly. He said Keith held him while Casebolt pulled his pants down. Another officer, who is not named in the lawsuit, allegedly spread his legs while one of the officers shined a flashlight in his anus.
Only an azzhole would be excited to look at another azzhole. Anyway, how do you think Casebolt and his bredren in blue justified this abuse…?
In their response to the lawsuit, the officers claimed that Keith had to grab Brown when the suspect reached for Casebolt’s gun.
What’s even more sad is that people REALLY cape up for these cops whenever OBVIOUS incidents of racial bias like this pop off.
Flip the page to see what we mean…
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So, residents “black and white” agree that Officer Casebolt was right to act how he did??? We need receipts for the number of black folks, but ok…SMH
Thankfully, we have folks like Larry Wilmore who call isht like they see it.
Flip it again to see what he had to say about all this.