MCKINNEY POLICE OFFICER IN POOL PARTY VIDEO RESIGNS AFTER THREATS ON HIS LIFE AND NO SUPPORT FROM MAYOR OR POLICE CHIEF

There’s so much to this story but what’s most important is the media and the #BlackLivesMatter crowd are making sure the rules only apply to some and not all. How ironic is that? The black community is always crying about equality and fairness but when it comes to following the rules or laws they want  special consideration. We can argue over what really happened in this situation and pick it apart ’til we’re blue in the face but until you’re standing in this cop’s shoes, you’ll never know what you’d do. This is a sign of the times and it’s too bad people are too afraid to tell the truth. I guess I can’t blame them because the two witnesses who went on TV to tell the truth are now being threatened. The lunatics are running the asylum…Obamanation. 

McKINNEY, Texas — A police officer whose actions at a pool-party disturbance Friday were spotlighted in a YouTube video resigned Tuesday from the force.

Lawyer Jane Bishkin, who represents law-enforcement personnel including the Dallas County Peace Officer’s Association in the Dallas area confirmed McKinney police Cpl. Eric Casebolt’s resignation.

Casebolt, a 10-year veteran of the department in this city of almost 150,000 people about 35 miles north of Dallas, had been placed on administrative leave after a 7-minute video of the incident involving a 15-year-old black girl gained traction on the Internet. It has been viewed nearly 9.5 million times.

Before police officers arrived, witnesses said a fight broke out at the Craig Ranch Association Community Association pool as several teens, many who were not residents of the subdivision, attended a party that a resident was hosting. When police officers arrived and the teens refused to leave, authorities began making arrests.

Officer Casebolt has received numerous threats including the one below:

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Read more: USA Today


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