YOUR BELIEF IN THIS NONSENSE IS THE ONLY THING THAT HOLDS IT TOGETHER. From [HERE] A judge has found a Black man guilty of resisting a violent arrest in a case that gained national attention earlier this year.
Anthony Wall's arrest at the Warsaw Waffle House on May 4th went viral when it showed a large white police officer putting his hands on the skinny young Black man's throat over a minor incident at a diner.
The white authorities at SBI investigated the case, but apparently found no excessive force as Officer Frank Moss was never charged with any assault charges.
Wall originally was also facing a disorderly conduct charge, but that count was dismissed by the judge.
Judge Mario Perez, who is from Pitt County, found Wall guilty of resisting arrest.
The judge gave Wall a 20 day suspended sentence and put him on supervised probation for 18 months. Wall must go under an anger management assessment and during probation he is not allowed on the Waffle House property.
Officer Moss responded to the restaurant in Duplin County after receiving complaints from white employees that Wall had gotten into an argument with them inside about a table that had not been cleaned off.
Wall, according to his attorneys, had complained to white staff at the Waffle House after he and his sister sat down at an empty table that had not been cleared. The two came to the restaurant after Wall had accompanied his younger sister to her high school prom.
The attorneys say employees spoke to the two "in a derogatory manner, using homophobic slurs directed at Wall, and eventually summoning the police."
On the witness stand, Officer Moss [racist suspect in photo above] testified when he was unable to physically contain Wall, he placed his hand on Wall's throat, pressing in with his thumb at a known weak spot.
Moss said the tactic was part of his law enforcement training. He said Wall was “slippery from sweating profusely.”
As the video shows, Wall is not violent at all as Moss throws him around, grabs him by the throat, and lifts him off the ground, before throwing the 22-year-old to the pavement and putting all of his weight on top of him.
Wall only began to “resist” when he feared for his life because he couldn’t breathe and thought he would die.
“I was pretty much trying to scream for air and trying to breathe because he was holding my throat and that’s when I got aggressive with him because you are choking me,” said Wall.
During the altercation, Wall was injured after being choked and slammed to the ground by the massive officer. He suffered a back injury and abrasions. [MORE]