Black pastor arrested after calling 911 on group of white people, Sheriff apologizes

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>WOODSTOCK, Va. (AP) — A sheriff in Virginia has apologized to a black pastor who was arrested after calling 911 on a group of white people who now face hate crime and assault charges. >Shenandoah County Sheriff Timothy Carter made the apology to pastor Leon K. McCray Sr. for how his deputies responded to the altercation in Edinburg this month. >McCray said the group threatened to kill him after he stopped them from dumping a refrigerator on his property, but arriving deputies arrested him instead, driving him away as the group shouted racist epithets. >Two sheriff’s supervisors are now on unpaid leave pending an investigation.

LooksABitLikeJesus

>McCray (the pastor) said the group threatened to kill him after he stopped them from dumping a refrigerator on his property, but arriving deputies arrested him, driving him away as the group shouted racist epithets. America ladies and gents

Altplebs

5/5 of those people are on meth

OccHazzard

Page 1, chapter 1 of the police manual; When in doubt, arrest the black guy.

AlienSporez

At least now we definitively know – in American social hierarchy, white meth head is above black pastor.

IMovedYourCheese