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Video shows white man calling the police on Black man waiting for a friend

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Yet another white person has gone viral for calling 911 on a Black person when an inter-personal matter did not seem to warrant bringing in law enforcement.

This time it was an engineer who was reportedly waiting for his disabled friend to meet him outside her apartment in the Bay area, reports Raw Story. The video picked up steam on social media over the weekend.

The Black man patiently records the white man describing him to the police and alludes to the fact that he will be the next white person who becomes famous for calling 911 on a Black person for no good reason. The white man’s son begins crying, saying “Daddy no, please don’t” as his dad ignores his pleas, telling 911 that the Black man is trespassing in his building, even though they’re apparently standing on a public sidewalk. His son starts to cry, “Please, let’s go. Daddy, I don’t like this.”

In a second video, the Black man’s friend shows up and the kid starts pulling on his dad’s arm, yelling, “I told you! Let’s go now! Daddy look what you’ve gotten us into!” The man behind the camera comments that it took her a while to get there because she is handicapped.

Even as his friend who lives in the building stands next to him, the white man stays on the phone with 911, complaining that he refused to identify himself and was trespassing. The video ends seconds after he appears to end the call with the police.

Neither the identity of the man who called the police or the man who filmed the video has been confirmed. However, Tariq Nasheed of Foundational Black America tweeted the video on Saturday and said that the Bay Area white man has been identified by some as a YouTube employee.

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Body camera video shows Ceres Police Officer shoot, kill 15-year-old boy without any verbal warning

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CERES, Calif. — The Ceres Police Department released body camera video Wednesday showing one of its police officers shooting and killing a 15-year-old boy while he was running through an orchard back in August of 2018.

The video, which was released following a $2.1 million settlement with the victim’s family, begins with Officer Ross Bays chasing a black Lexus just east of Ceres. When the car stops, Carmen Spencer Mendez falls out of the passenger side and takes off running through an orchard.

Officer Bays gets out of his car, and within seconds, begins shooting, unloading his entire magazine at the teenager as he continued running away. The officer did not give any verbal commands or warnings before firing his gun, the video shows.

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White woman calls the police on black UPS man delivering packages in her neighborhood after he made her ‘nervous’

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A white woman was captured on camera calling the police on a black UPS worker that he made her ‘nervous’ as he delivered packages in her neighborhood.

The tense confrontation was shared by Instagram user @nhcrashon, who is known as Nedrick Peters II, on Wednesday in a neighborhood in Atlanta, Georgia. 

The woman has not immediately been identified, but said she lives in the area where the Peters, a seasonal worker, was delivering several postal items.

‘I’m going to need someone’s information to check up on you, because I don’t understand why you’re walking around this neighborhood with a bunch a packages,’ the woman says at the beginning of the video. 

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