nearvideo Georgia legislator claims to be a victim of a hate crime in a supermarket
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The Georgia democratic legislators who went viral with her statement that she was told, “go back where you came from” to a grocery store was actually the person that the statement made Tuesday, the report said, citing witnesses.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that a police report documented the testimony of witnesses, claimed that she observed the confrontation between state Rep. Erica Thomas and Eric Sparkes.
Thomas took to claim a social media that Sparkes berated her for the use of the express lane with more than ten points. At one point in the interaction, she claims that are him back told her go “where you came from.”
The sentence was published in the media, in the midst of President Trump was running feud with the four progressive women in Congress. Sparkes admitted she called an expletive, but Thomas denied the other claim.
Gerald Griggs, Thomas’ attorney, told the AJC that the officer, the report does not tell the whole story, because the two witnesses who “do not hear the first argument.
THE GEORGIA LEGISLATURE, THE SAID MAN SAID TO HER, “GO WHERE YOU CAME FROM’ RETURNS PART OF THE CLAIM
According to the AJC, a Publix employee, a Cobb County deputy has told, that you tell the witness, Thomas “constantly, Eric Sparkes ‘Go back where you came from,'” but not from Sparkes.
The employee also according to reports, the police said, “Mr. Sparkes began to leave, but Mrs. Thomas was with her mouth” as she was coming toward him.”
Thomas allegedly told police that Sparkes ran to her, “with clenched hands in such a way that he placed me in fear for the safety of me and my daughter.”
However, the Deputy stated in his report that Sparkes, considered a Cuban Democrats, “apparently not angry, I just saw him with clenched hands” in security-camera footage he.
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“This white man comes up to me and says, ‘You lazy son of (expletive). You need to go back to where you came from,'” said Thomas.
She was walking back that part of her claim, told a reporter that on Saturday, “I don’t want to say he said, ‘go back to your country,’ or ‘go where you came from, but he made these types of references, is what I remember.”