A video posted to Facebook by 22-year-old Army National Guard service member Will Stack recounting his experience during a recent traffic stop with a Caucasian police officer (not that it should matter but apparently does for many) in Lexington County, South Carolina has gone viral but not for the reason that many may suspect.
The video, a must see, comes in the wake of the North Charleston shooting of Walter Scott (not far from Lexington) by a former police officer of North Charleston Police Department.
WIS News By Jack Kuenzie
According to Stack, he was pulling out of the Lexington County Courthouse in an attempt to make a left turn. Stack said he noticed the lane in front of him was full and the median was not, so he drove the car through the median to get to the left turn lane.
Seconds later, Stack says he was pulled over by the police officer, who immediately asked to see his license, registration, and proof of insurance. …
Below is the full video referenced in the above news report. Also available for viewing at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ocmhhhvgusY
“The point of this is to say that I am an African-American male, this gentleman was Caucasian. There were no problems. He did his job, I did what I was supposed to do, and that was it…”
Well said, sir. Well said.
H/t Clash Daily.
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