‘You’ll never be white’: racist black teacher denounces Latino cop and calls him a ‘murderer’

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A black motorist who was arrested in Southern California for using a cell phone while driving started a racist rant against a Spanish sheriff’s deputy, calling him a “ murderer, ” and telling him that he “ will always be a Mexican. his’ and he will ‘never be white.’

The bodycam video of the April 23 incident in San Dimas surfaced on Monday. The clip was first obtained by Fox News.

‘Can you tell me why I’m being harassed today? Because I was under the speed limit. ‘

“The speed limit is 40 and I went 38, so why are you bothering me?” the woman asks the sheriff’s deputy.

“You’re right,” replies the deputy. “I pulled you out of the way because …”

On April 23, a Los Angeles sheriff's deputy recruited a black woman who was cited for using her cell phone while driving

On April 23, a Los Angeles sheriff’s deputy recruited a black woman who was cited for using her cell phone while driving

During the meeting, the woman, who said she was a teacher, accused the deputy of being a 'murderer'

During the meeting, the woman, who said she was a teacher, accused the deputy of being a ‘murderer’

“You always become a Mexican,” she says. ‘You never go white. You know it right?’ She adds, “You’ll never go white, and that’s what you really want to be.”

At this point the woman interrupts the deputy sheriff. She tells him that she took out her cell phone to record the interaction because “you are a murderer.”

“You can’t sit on your cell phone while driving,” the deputy tells the woman.

The woman replies, “I was recording you because you scared me.”

“You can’t use your cell phone while you are driving,” the deputy replied.

“I can take you in,” the woman replies.

After the deputy asks for the woman’s driver’s license, she replies, “It’s in my apartment.”

“I accidentally left it at home,” she adds.

The deputy then asks for a photo of the driver’s license.

The woman says she has a photo of her driver’s license. Then she asks the deputy to “call your supervisor.”

“I’ve already done that,” says the deputy. ‘He is coming.’

“Good,” the woman replies, “because you are a murderer.”

Another deputy sheriff who is believed to be a supervisor comes by and explains to the motorist that she was cited for using her cell phone while driving

Another deputy sheriff who is believed to be a supervisor comes by and explains to the motorist that she was cited for using her cell phone while driving

“Sign the quote, ma’am,” the deputy sheriff tells the woman. The woman then repeats her previous libel, calling the deputy a “Mexican racist.”

The woman then complains that she has been arrested.

‘So you give me a cell phone card? Is that why you bother me? ‘ she says.

To which the deputy replied, “This is not about intimidation. I enforce the law. ‘

“I have the right to report to the police if they are bothering me,” the woman says.

“Certainly,” replies the deputy. “But you can’t do it while you’re driving.”

The woman then says, “I wasn’t texting or any of that.”

“You scared me and made me think you were going to kill me,” the woman says.

“Okay, I’m sorry you feel that way,” he replies.

Well, that’s not just a feeling. You’re a murderer. ‘

To which the deputy replies, “Okay.”

The woman then shows a photo of her driver’s license on her cell phone.

The deputy then asks her to zoom in on the picture.

“Sure,” she replies. ‘And I am perfectly legal. And I am a teacher. So there. ‘

The deputy then replies, “Congratulations.”

Moments later, the woman says, “You are a murderer.”

The deputy then asks the woman to name her last name, as he cannot see it on the screen.

The woman then zooms in further on the photo of the permit.

“Please, murderer,” she says.

The deputy, who apparently still cannot see the name, asks the woman to zoom in a little further.

“No, because you scare me,” she says.

“You’re threatening to kill me and my son.”

The woman in question, who is a professor at several schools in the Los Angeles area, is also known to have regularly filed false complaints against delegates.  LASD declined to disclose its identity

The woman in question, who is a professor at several schools in the Los Angeles area, is also known to have regularly filed false complaints against delegates. LASD declined to disclose its identity

When the deputy asks the woman if the Mercedes-Benz she is driving is hers, she replies, “Yes, that’s right. Are you trying to say I stole my own car because you’re jealous? ‘

“Is that what that is about?” the woman asks.

When another deputy sheriff comes by and tells the woman that she is being cited for using her cell phone while driving, the woman calls the emergency sheriff a “Mexican racist.”

“Sign the quote, ma’am,” the deputy sheriff tells the woman.

The woman then repeats her previous libel, calling the deputy a “Mexican racist.”

“You always become a Mexican,” she says. ‘You never go white. You know it right?’

She adds, “You’ll never go white, and that’s what you really want to be.”

“Have a nice day,” the deputy sheriff says to the woman.

The video ends with the woman saying, “You want to be white so badly.”

A Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department spokesman told DailyMail.com: “We are aware of the video recorded by one of our deputies. The person in the video has filed a personnel complaint against the deputy for “rudeness” and an active investigation is underway.

‘Due to the active complaint, we are unable to comment further on the supervisory investigation.

“What we can say is that peace officials are faced with situations such as those recorded daily on this video, and they routinely respond with professionalism, compassion and patience.”

According to Fox News, the video was captured by the deputy sheriff’s personal camera, which he wears for his own protection on the job.

The woman in question, who is a professor at several schools in the Los Angeles area, is also known to have regularly filed false complaints against delegates.

LASD declined to disclose its identity.

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