White DA Needs More Time to Determine whether White Cop Used Excessive Force when He Strangled Black Teen Outside Waffle Shop: Cop Came to the Aid of White Workers who Dialed 911

What is White Collective Power? When white police officers strangle and assault a Black teenager with intent to do serious bodily harm at the behest of white workers who called him a "fagg*t" and then their fellow officers, the police chief, internal affairs, the union, jurors, district attorney and the white media support, defend, and finance the officers “right” to do so. [MORE

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NEED A CONTINUANCE. From [HERE] and [HERE] The controversial case of a Black man arrested by a large white cop outside an Eastern Carolina Waffle House has been continued for the second time.

Anthony Wall will not appear Thursday in a Kenansville courtroom after Warsaw police say he got into an argument with restaurant employees and one of their officers arrested him outside. [white judge?]

Officer Frank Moss arrested Wall on May 5th. A video of the arrest shows Moss putting his hand on Wall's throat and putting him on the ground. That video quickly circulated on social media with many people calling it use of excessive force.

Wall, according to his attorneys, had complained to 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."

The State Bureau of Investigation launched an investigation whether the level of force by Officer Moss used was appropriate. That investigation was turned over to the district attorney late Tuesday afternoon.

District Attorney Ernie Lee says because he is still reviewing that lengthy report, Wall's court date on misdemeanor disorderly conduct and resisting a public officer charges will be moved to October 11th.

Wall's original court date was delayed because the SBI had not completed their investigation into the case.

The investigation into whether an Eastern Carolina police officer used excessive force outside a Waffle House is now in the hands of the district attorney.

Warsaw police officer Frank Moss arrested Anthony Wall on May 5th outside the restaurant after he got into an argument with employees. A video of the arrest shows Moss putting his hand on Wall's throat, strangling him and slamming him on the ground next to the curb. As he is gripping his neck to choke him, the white cop appears to lift him off his feet momentarily. That video quickly circulated on social media with many people calling it use of excessive force.

Wall, according to his attorneys, had complained to 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."

 THE GOOD OLE'  SAMPSON INDEPENDENT  SAYS "the  D.A. is 'perusing Waffle House case findings" TO SEE IF THE STRANGULATION CHOKEHOLD SLAM IS STILL GOOD PROCEDURE 'ROUND HERE

THE GOOD OLE' SAMPSON INDEPENDENT SAYS "the D.A. is 'perusing Waffle House case findings" TO SEE IF THE STRANGULATION CHOKEHOLD SLAM IS STILL GOOD PROCEDURE 'ROUND HERE

The State Bureau of Investigation launched an investigation whether the level of force by Officer Moss used was appropriate.

District Attorney Ernie Lee, racist suspect in photo, told WITN that he was given a copy of that completed investigation just before 5:00 p.m. today.

The 22-year-old Wall is scheduled to appear Thursday on charges of misdemeanor disorderly conduct and resisting a public officer.

The district attorney says he is just beginning to review the SBI report and will determine tomorrow whether the Sampson County man's case will happen on Thursday.

After the video surfaced, multiple groups asked for the police officer, who was placed on administrative leave, to be fired as well as a boycott of Waffle House.

Lee says the report is lengthy and "will make and announce any decisions after thoroughly reviewing the evidence and consulting with the SBI."