How many times have you heard or read about a traffic stop involving a black person has gone wrong with death or injuries to the suspected perpetrator?
Too many to count?
Here is a report that illustrates that there are two separate responses by the police to a suspected perp……
Police in Burlington, Vermont, are searching for 33-year-old Matthew Kaigle, who is wanted for assaulting a traffic guard and evading police. According to MyNBC-5, he was stopped shortly after the assault, but was allowed to drive away without ever getting out of his car.
“Kaigle refused to exit his vehicle after being told multiple times he was under arrest,” a police report read. “Officers did not pursue Kaigle due to his unpredictable and violent history.”
Kaigle has a long history of encounters with police. He has a number of convictions including felony charges, and multiple offenses for violating court orders or parole. He was also listed by police as threatening another person with a sledgehammer in July.
Kaigle is also accused of punching and kicking a man several times, leaving him unconscious in Battery Park. After his arrest, police began investigating the incident as a hate crime.
You want proof there are 2 standards for justice in this country….look NO further than this incident.
This person was known to be a violent person and yet he gets a pass…..and allowed to drive away.
If this person had been black or brown he would either be tasered into submission or worse shoot multiple times for the police feared for their safety…..
Two separate policing policies……
When will the people start caring about this division in justice and policies?
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