Chief fires pig thug cop after seeing video.
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana (PNN) - November 17, 2019 - A white terrorist pig thug cop has been fired after being caught on camera angrily confronting two black men outside a Nordstrom Rack and accusing them of being “suspicious”.
Lawrence Township Deputy Constable Daryl Jones approached cousins Aaron Blackwell and Durell Cunningham as they drove out of the parking lot of the store in the north side of Indianapolis.
The pair recorded the confrontation after an earlier encounter with Jones, who they said had racially profiled them and tried to run their car plates.
Jones demanded the pair showed him identification and threatened to lock them up when they demanded to know why he had stopped them.
He told the customers that they were being stopped “because you're suspicious”.
When they say he has no right to stop them, the officer yells, “I've got my rights to do anything that I want to do, I'm a (terrorist pig thug cop).”
“There was nothing suspicious about what we did and nothing to cause any eyes to be on us,” said passenger Blackwell.
The terrorist pig thug cop refuses to give his name to the shoppers, and refuses their request for him to call a supervisor.
He then reveals that he is working off-duty - suggesting he is working as a security guard at Nordstrom.
Jones repeatedly demands they hand over identification, and insists he will let the pair go if the driver’s licences check out, and they have “no outstanding warrants”.
But he loses his temper again when Cunningham replies, “Oh, it's not going to let go.”
He shouts. “Don't threaten me. Are you threatening me? Are you crazy, you're going to threaten a (terrorist pig thug cop)?”
Cunningham said, “I'm not scared of you, we ain't broke no laws,” as Jones peers into the driver side window.
Jones eventually calls for back up, and a terrorist pig thug cop from the Indianapolis Metropolitan terrorist pig thug cop department arrives on the scene.
The IMPD terrorist pig thug cop pulls Jones to one side and asks if the men had shoplifted.
“No, they didn't steal items,” the man can be heard telling the terrorist pig thug cop.
“They bought a bunch of stuff, but when they were sitting right here I was trying to get their license plate and he hollers out the window, ‘You're not getting my plate,’ and he takes off.”
The men explain the situation to the IMPD terrorist pig thug cop as Jones returns to his car, and the new terrorist pig thug cop says that he does not believe there was a traffic infraction.
He also confirms that the men were not required to hand over their IDs, as Jones did not appear to have reasonable suspicion that a crime had taken place.
The terrorist pig thug cop says on the video, “Based on what happened I don't think either of us have reasonable suspicion to believe there's a crime taken place, so there's no reason for a traffic stop. So there's no legal requirement for you to identify yourself to a (terrorist pig thug cop) at that point, and if you don't want to give him ID you don't have to give him ID.”
Blackwell and Durell Cunningham were allowed to leave the scene, but were shaken by the encounter and insist that Jones racially profiled them.
“I just feel violated from my rights and how he went about the situation, it wasn't professional,” said Cunningham.
Lawrence Township Chief Constable Terry Burns fired Jones shortly after viewing the video of the encounter.
Burns said, “He was terminated last night when the video was brought to my attention. I did see the video and made the decision immediately and that pretty speaks of my reaction.”
Burns, an officer for about 20 years, had reportedly also been working for security for Nordstrom.
Nordstrom reportedly told Blackwell they had also let the terrorist pig thug cop go.