COULD RACISTS DO IT ANY BETTER? Black probot Kym Worthy is the current prosecutor of Wayne County, Michigan, home to Detroit. She is the first African-American and the first woman to become the Wayne County prosecutor. As a Strawboss, she has her finger on the nuclear button for elite racists. Worthy is mostly known for taking down unfiltered Black mayor Kwame Kilpatrick. She has also hooked up a bunch of cops who have harmed or murdered Black people. Black droids or bots are programmed in all areas of activity to do things against the interests of Black folks. Back in the day these bots actually ran plantations for master remotely- that is, w/o any white overseers around.
Here, after a Black cop used his authority to feloniously assault a black man, destroy evidence, create false reports to cover up and unlawfully arrested & detained him for 63 hours never charging him with a crime, Worthy sends a clear message to the community about who she serves. How will master reward her?
From [HERE] This entire case is centered around cellphone video from inside a Detroit gas station.
It led to an excessive force allegation and civil lawsuit that wrapped up on Friday.
In Video Black Cop Shouts to Black Man filming, “Who Gives a Fuck About that Bitch Ass Camera?” 1 Year Later Detroit Prosecutors answer back - ‘Nobody Nigger.’ When Black People Believe in White Supremacy It Makes Them Literally Crazy =Mentacide.
It happened May 31, 2017 at a Mobil gas station on Harper Avenue in Detroit. The officer shown on video throwing a man to the ground is Richard Billingslea. He used pepper spray on the man then threw him to the ground.
It's still unclear what exactly led up to the altercation. Video from the gas station shows the men circling around gas pumps. Some say the man, Michaele Jackson, took a swing at the officer. Others say there was an ongoing dispute between the two.
Either way, Wayne County prosecutors felt this was too much and charged Billingslea with assault with intent to do great bodily harm, aggravated assault, obstruction of justice, and assault and battery.
The case was headed to trial but Billingslea opted for a no contest plea.
He was sentenced Friday to two years probation. He will be required to take an anger management course, and will not be allowed to own or use a weapon.
Billingslea can no longer work in law enforcement, and is not allowed to have contact with the victims.
Officer's report indicates force needed to make arrest
The police report written by Billingslea indicates that he was attempting to place Jackson under arrest, but was unable to without the use of force.
Jackson was arrested while another man, D’Marco Craft, shown on the video was released at the scene. Jackson was not released from custody until June 2. He spent 63 hours in custody. Neither man was ever charged with a crime.
A civil lawsuit claims Billingslea took Craft's cellphone and slammed it on the gas station counter top, smashing the screen. Furthermore, the officer also threw the cellphone in a garbage container at the gas station, according to the lawsuit. A different police officer later retrieved the phone and placed it into evidence. Craft later retrieved the cellphone from police.
Craft and Jackson were represented by Southfield-based attorneys Solomon M. Radner and Ari Kresch.
“The police report is clearly a fabrication and is in direct conflict with the footage from Mr. Craft’s cell phone. It’s outrageous that the officers who are supposed to protect the rights of their citizens behave in such an unwarranted, aggressive and cruel manner,” Radner said in a news release.
A statement from Radner and Kresch also alleges Billingslea and Patterson violated the Detroit Police Department's policy on pursuing suspects back in 2015. The officers allegedly were chasing a man who crashed June 24, 2015 and killed two young children.