“The way they treated me is indicative of how the police behave in the Black and poor community,” said Bin-Wahad.
With the explosive angle of race attached to the case, this will certainly be a developing story in the days to come. Clayton County Police officials have yet to address the case, but local news outlet Fox 5 did obtain reports from their offices which allege that Bin-Wahad was combative. The video appears to tell a different tale.
Community activists in the region say they plan to march on Clayton County Police headquarters this Thursday.
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