to connectVideoMuskegon cop suspended over ku klux klan memorabilia found in the house
Rob Mathis said that the house was in the neighborhood of Muskegon, was filled with confederate flags, and I had a framed ku klux klan-a document on the wall.
A Michigan police department officer has been placed on administrative leave after a would-be homebuyer allegedly took a picture of the application of the Ku Klux Klan, along with the Confederate flag, as it is to explore, from the cop’s house.
Rob Mathis, who is black, and his wife were touring the Muskegon house, and with the prospect of buying, when they allegedly found the anti-paraphernalia hanging on the walls.
A Michigan man told me that he had a request from the ku klux klan, as the exploration of one cop’s house that was for sale.
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I Was only in the Southern portion of the flag, Rob told me that he would have considered the purchase of a home. However, the additional finding of a ku klux klan application suggested to him, ” he said.
“In the bedroom, right in front of it … and there was a tablet out there, all by myself,” Mathis told Fox 17. “It’s so curious, I went over there, and it was a tool for the ku klux klan. I said, ” oh, no.” I told my son, ‘don’t touch nothing.'”
Rob said as he walked over to the outside to try and calm down, as he waited for his wife.
“I’m out. I try to give myself a chance to calm down, because I have the touch, these door knobs,” Mathis said. “I’m just sick of it, even in this house.”
Cars to be placed on the trial on Facebook. Muskegon City Manager Frank Peterson has been determined that an officer, Charles Anderson, who have been on the force for 20 years.
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“We have been doing this type of behavior seriously and we are working very hard in order to understand if and how this can have an impact on it’s ability to be safe and free to police our community,” Peterson told Fox 17 in an e-mail.
Mathis said that Anderson should lose his job, because there is no way that a person who is racist, the police and the public. Muskegon is a very diverse community.”
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Anderson declined to comment, citing the ongoing investigation.
In 2009, Anderson shot and killed parolee Julius Johnson after a struggle. Johnson, who is black, had fled a traffic stop on foot and be for Anderson and spoke to him in a residential back yard. In a report to the Muskegon County prosecutor Tony Tague found that Johnson is hit Anderson in the head with a police radio, and “other blunt instrument,” and noted that mr. Anderson was forced to have a metal plate installed in his head.
The public prosecutor’s office found that Anderson was a “justifiable use of deadly force.”
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