Black woman speaks out immediately after Chicago law enforcement officer tries to deal with her in park
A Black female stated she was walking out of a shut park in Chicago, adhering to police guidelines, when a white police officer attempted to tackle her, allegedly unprovoked.
On Aug. 28, Nikkita Brown stated the officer drove up to her as she was strolling her pet dog in the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago and instructed her to leave the place quickly.
Brown agreed, but the officer insisted on driving behind her as she walked out of the park, and finally received out of his car to follow her on foot, she advised ABC Information in an special interview airing Thursday on “Great Early morning The usa.”
Brown explained she constantly advised him, “I am leaving” and “I am strolling away,” as she actively walked toward the exit.
The officer acquired out of his vehicle and advised her, “You can go to jail,” according to a online video taken by Brown who recorded element of the encounter. Brown claimed he also allegedly instructed her she would hardly ever see her canine once again.
Brown claimed she took her mobile phone out to record the altercation and get in touch with for assistance.
“Even if anyone didn’t answer,” she reported, she desired to “at minimum depart a voicemail and say, ‘if you simply call me in the early morning and you never attain me, I am in jail, or even worse.'”
The unmasked officer