Aboriginal activist and serial attacker attack a paramedic and call white police officers & # 39; a dead race & # 39; in yet another tirade with dirty mouth
- Leilani Clarke swung the & # 39; racist insulting comments & # 39; to officers on February 13
- The 21-year-old even called a white police officer an & # 39; n ***** & # 39;
- The incident is part of a series of offenses that Clarke has committed for more than 18 months
- She was confronted with the court on Monday, where she committed common mistreatment
An Aboriginal activist called police & # 39; white mothers & # 39; and & # 39; dying mothers who were dead & # 39; before he attacked a paramedic.
Leilani Clarke, 21, also called a white officer a & # 39; n ***** & # 39; when she was found in a gutter at a large intersection in Annandale in the southwest of Sydney around 1 p.m. on February 13.
The serial perpetrator, who was under the influence of alcohol or drugs, pushed a paramedic into the chest, causing her to fall back.
The incident is the last of a series of 18-month offenses that Clarke committed, including the kneeling of another officer in the testicles and spitting at the police when she was caught stealing a 7-Elf chicken curry in Marrickville.
Leilani Clarke (photo), 21, swung the & # 39; racist insulting remarks & # 39; and at one point called a white officer a & # 39; n ***** & # 39; when she was found sitting in a gutter at a large intersection
Clarke was pictured outside the Downing Center Local Court last year when she avoided prison after attacking the police
On Monday, she pleaded guilty to one count of common attacks at the local Downing Center court.
Magistrate Carolyn Huntsman withdrew a charge for hindering or hindering an ambulance officer by an act of violence.
She will appear again in court next month for convicting more than one count of common attacks, news.com.au reported.
In the last incident, Clarke circulated her words and gave the police an inconsistent answer when they asked her to mention the date, day of the week, or month.
She then unleashed her tirade with dirty mouth after walking to the officers, her arms in & # 39; physical confrontation & # 39; lifted and eventually became enthralled.
Police said ambulance personnel arrived on site and officers tried to help her in a vehicle, but she used her height to prevent her body from fitting.
Clarke yelled at the female paramedic who was trying to treat her and said: & # 39; Oh no, you can't touch me & # 39; and pushed her in the chest, causing her to fall, state police.
The serial perpetrator, who was under the influence of alcohol or drugs, pushed a paramedic into the chest, causing her to fall backwards
Clarke was arrested in June in Chippendale, on the outskirts of Sydney after allegedly damaging the side panel of a taxi driver's car.
When the police arrived on the spot, she allegedly attacked the female arrestee.
The young activist from Bankstown appeared at Parramatta Bail Court, where he was later released on bail.
Last year, she pleaded guilty to spitting three times on police officers in less than 12 months.
She was released from the Downing Center Local Court in Sydney in November without a conviction for attacking the police.
Clark also knelt another officer in the testicles and spit at the police when she was caught stealing a $ 7 chicken curry from a 7-Eleven
In April last year, Clarke pleaded guilty in the Hervey Bay Magistrates Court in Queensland for attacking and obstructing police, drug possession and being a public nuisance.
In March she attacked a paramedic and shouted & # 39; F *** you, white dogs & # 39; after she was found asleep around 4 o'clock outside a store in Annandale.
While being held in an ambulance, she spit on the forearm of a police officer.
And in January last year, Clarke attacked police and guards at a nightclub in Hervey Bay while she was dunk, later against a female officer & # 39; F *** off you s ** t & # 39 ;.
Clarke claims to be self-diagnosed & # 39; transgenerational trauma & # 39; that is passed on through the native part of its DNA.
Clarke is a member of the indigenous community of Butchulla on the Fraser Coast of Queensland and has previously sought to organize a festival of her culture
Clarke claims to be self-diagnosed & # 39; transgenerational trauma & # 39; that is passed on through the native part of its DNA
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