White Cop in SC Suspended for Saying N-Word Twice on Video
A white police officer in South Carolina dropped the n-word twice in an absurd argument – claiming it was justified to say it because a black man used it, and now he’s been suspended.
The cop – Sgt. Chad walker – made a tirade against a group of patrons outside a bar on Saturday night after being arraigned for the way he treated certain people of color … in particular, the black man he claims called him the n-word.
After loudly repeating the n-word twice, Sgt. Walker doubles down on his belief that it’s okay for him to say it … despite crowd protests for him to stop saying it. He was eventually taken away by another cop.
Full body camera images show Sgt. Chad in the bar, ordering a few patrons to drop their drinks and leave or be arrested … while enforcing the governor’s order to stop serving alcohol at 11 p.m. amid the pandemic of coronavirus.
As a table leaves, the cop accuses the black man in the video of being “color blind” for pointing the n-word at him, although it is not clear that he did.
Sgt. Walker was suspended by the Columbia PD and his boss apologized, saying the agent had failed to meet department standards.
The chief added … “The repetition of the racial insult and the failure to defuse the situation was inexcusable.” Sgt. Walker will remain in suspension until the ministry completes its review of disciplinary conduct.
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