Cunningham is not filing his complaint based on racial profiling, but instead the excessive force used to detain him before the arrival of the LAPD. Cunningham has served in his Superior Court post since 2009 after being appointed by former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. Ironically, Cunningham also served as the president of the Los Angeles Board of Police Commissioners as well.
UCLA released a preemptive statement Sunday regarding the stop and arrest, but fell short of offering any declarative statement at the time.
Watch Judge David S. Cunningham III discuss international law below:
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