Sheriff David Clarke Detains Flight Passenger For Shaking His Head At Him
We’ve been s#ittin’ on Trump bootlicker Sheriff David Clarke for a long time and rightfully so. The latest in his basket of deplorable acts seem low-class, even for him..
A RawStory report notes an incident where Sheriff Coo-…Clarke abused his power because he encountered a man who shook his head at the pathetic pi-…police officer.
A man named Dan Black filed an official complaint about his treatment at the hands of Clarke and his blue-suit gangstas…
On Sunday, January 15, 2017, I flew from DFW to Milwaukee on American Airlines flight
1534 at 12:20 p.m. As I was boarding, I saw an older man in first class who looked like Sheriff
Clarke, but I could not be sure as he was dressed in Dallas Cowboys gear and wasn’t wearing
his signature cowboy hat. As I passed him, I asked if he was Sheriff Clarke, and he responded
in the affirmative. I shook my head as I was moving on to my seat near the back of the plane.
From behind, he asked if I had a problem. I shook my head “no” again and continued to my
seat. I was surprised that he was wearing Dallas Cowboys gear, as I hadn’t seen the media
stories about his Dallas fandom (I have since seen them).
I intentionally did not say anything more to him because I did not want to make a scene
or get in trouble as a Milwaukee man did in September when confronting Clarke on an airplane.
I just moved on and took my seat.
When I exited the flight at Mitchell International, there were six uniformed deputies and
two bomb/drug dogs standing there with Sheriff Clarke waiting for me to exit. As soon as Sheriff
Clarke gestured towards me, he and some of the officers left us. I was very publicly escorted in
front of everyone down the hall to a waiting area, and then questioned by two of the Sheriff’s
Department deputies. They told me Sheriff Clarke said I had made some remarks to him upon
entering the plane. When I asked for clarification, the deputies said they couldn’t tell me, and
when I asked if they even knew the context of my “remarks,” they responded “no.”
In response, Clarke threatened even MORE violence:
Thursday, Clarke insisted Black was in the wrong, penning a Facebook post defending himself against the complaint. “Next time he or anyone else pulls this stunt on a plane they may get knocked out. The Sheriff said he does not have to wait for some goof to assault him. He reserves the reasonable right to pre-empt a possible assault,”
F**k this guy.
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