White Mississippi Cops Grab Non-Resisting Latino Woman By Her Hair & Drag Her Out of Car in Front of Her Kids for Not Obeying their Orders Fast Enough

From [HERE] A weekend arrest is under investigation after a video of a Latino woman being pulled out of a car by her hair by Mississippi police officers went viral. 

Jaqueline Clay, 32, of Philadelphia, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and failure to comply, Philadelphia Police Chief Grant Myers told the Neshoba Democrat. The arrest about 7:30 p.m. Saturday stemmed from "a disturbance call that progressed to a car chase," he told the paper. 

Meyers could not be reached on Monday about details of the arrest.

Clay, responding on Facebook to a Clarion Ledger inquiry about the video Monday, said, "They said I fled from them but it was because he was hollering and getting mad at me in front of my kids. I was only going 10-15 mph on my street to the end of a stop sign and went down to the next stop sign which was on at least 5-10 yards maybe. I'm bad with the measurements."

Officers were wearing body cameras, Meyers told the Democrat, and the events leading up to the arrest will be reviewed. The video begins after the woman has come to a stop.

In a 36-second video published to Facebook, a woman is sitting in the driver's seat of a vehicle with screaming in the background. Her window is rolled down and she is not wearing a seat belt.

Two male officers approach the vehicle and the woman's arm reaches to the passenger side, where the front-seat passenger appears to be filming. The woman's window is rolled down. One officer reaches inside the car and appears to unlock the door. A second officer opens the door and grabs the woman by her left arm. Less than one second later, the first officer grabs her by her hair, both officers dragging her out of the car. She does not resist and appears to be completely surprised when her head is grabbed and is jerked backed.

The white cops then throw her on the ground, the first officer putting his knee into her back to handcuff her although she is not resisting the arrest.

According to the Democrat, Meyers said there’s another several minutes of dialogue the department has and is reviewing, stressing he plans an objective review of the incident.