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May 16, 2018 -- Days after a police officer's body cam debunked a driver's accusations of racism in Virginia, another officer's video was released debunking a different racism accusation; this time in Arizona. 

"Tonight, I was racially profiled by Timmonsville Officer CAUSE I WAS DRIVING A MERCEDES BENZ AND GOING HOME IN A NICE NEIGHBORHOOD."

It turns out the reverend was pulled over for a legitimate reason. 

Take away number one: I've been pulled over multiple times for no apparent reason. It was never because I am black. It was always becomes the officers were unprofessional jerks. 

My advice is to equip your vehicles with video cameras as well using your cell phone as a body cam. Honest police officers should not mind being recorded and may even appreciator their professionalism being documented. 

Take away number two: When blacks cry racist wolf, their accusations become less credible.

Take away number three: In November Newsweek included a story claiming police body cam threatened the civil rights of non-whites. Aside from abusing civil rights as a pretext to create privileged classes, leftists hate police body cams because they expose the cultural Marxism myth of black oppression as body cams expose profiling hoaxes. 

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Newly released police dash cam video of a traffic stop involving a South Carolina NAACP president has many folks upset, but not at the officer.

April 13, Timmonsville NAACP President Rev. Jerrod Moultrie described on Facebook how he had been racially profiled when a police officer pulled him over near his home.

Moultrie's post stated, "Tonight, I was racially profiled by Timmonsville Officer CAUSE I WAS DRIVING A MERCEDES BENZ AND GOING HOME IN A NICE NEIGHBORHOOD."

Moultrie recounted the conversation he had with the officer in his social media post. He wrote the officer asked him if there were any drugs inside his car. Moultrie also stated the officer told him, "I am doing you a favor tonight not taking you to jail or writing you a ticket."



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