From [HERE] Police are investigating the arrest of a 12-year-old black rapper after a video of him being manhandled by a white officer went viral.
The Georgia cop sparked outrage after he was caught on video apprehending Corey J, also known as Lil C-Note, who performed on the Ellen Show last year.
He can be seen gripping the child's arm and threatening to send him to jail as he tries to wriggle free.
The Cobb County cop also seemingly got into a physical altercation with the child's aunt, who filmed the incident at Cumberland Mall, Atlanta, on October 6.
They were both arrested on charges including misdemeanor criminal trespass.
Cobb Police Chief Mike Register said the department launched a probe Tuesday into the incident.
'You’re 12?' the officer is heard asking the boy.
'You’re about to go to jail. You’re going to go to a youth detention center if you don’t...'
Corey J's aunt continued to film as the officers prepared to arrest him. She pleads with the officer to talk to the boy's father on the phone.
'He’s got his rights. He’s not doing anything right now sir,' she says to the cop with panic in her voice.
She adds: 'I have his father on the phone and you won’t even speak to him.'
The officer simply replies: 'Yup'.
Corey asks to be let go but the officer cuts him off.
The camera then suddenly seems to fall from the aunt's hand and an altercation between her and the officer appears to take place as she shrieks.
In a threatening tone, the officer says: 'You put your hands on me again...'
'You put your hands on my motherf***ing nephew!' she screams through tears. [MORE]
Non-violence and obedience to authority has made Black people like butter. Larken Rose states, “The idea of average people imposing justice upon wayward “law enforcers” existentially terrifies statists, even when a “law enforcer” has done something as serious as committing murder. In the eyes of the well indoctrinated, the only “civilized” course of action in such a situation is to beg some other “authority” to make things right, but never to “take the law into one’s own hands.” People may complain about and condemn “legal” injustice, but few are even able to consider the possibility of engaging in premeditated, “illegal” resistance, even when agents of “government” are inflicting vicious brutality upon unarmed, non-violent targets. And if, through prolonged brainwashing, a people can be rendered psychologically unable to resist the oppressions done in the name of “authority,” then it makes no difference whether those people have the physical means to resist. Modem tyrants and their enforcers are always outnumbered (and often outgunned) by their victims by a factor of hundreds or thousands. Yet tyrants still maintain power, not because people lack the physical ability to resist, but because, as a result of their deeply inculcated belief in “authority,” they lack the mental ability to resist. As Stephen Biko put it, “The most potent weapon in the hands of the oppressor is the mind of the oppressed.“