White Cop Found Out He Was 'Part Black,' Sues City for Racism
12 Comments
12 Comments
  • Mikey6 months ago

    Good God! Get over it! You were in the military and are a policeman so you must be at least 18% man, and some kidding from your co-workers caused you $500,000 worth of distress? You are worthless, my friend.

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  • MainBrain aka Bernays6 months ago

    Ridiculous that this is even a story.

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  • Mary-Margaret Swofford6 months ago

    Since he revealed his ancestry to co-workers himself, one could argue that he is responsible for anything "offensive" that has been said to him. 

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  • IntegrityImportant6 months ago

    Hey you all IMO this is a story because I can remember the time when one drop of black blood made that person black; all other drops, even if all white, didn't count. So I believe they would treat him differently when they found out he is 18% black. Perhaps they were kidding but if everyone else is suing why not him too, seriously? 

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  • @GatorScientist6 months ago

    Now I am going to have to go on Amazon to order more B.S. flags.

    This story used up a whole case worth.

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  • dixielee6 months ago

    I know just how he feels.  I had my DNA run and found out I was 13 percent Irish.  Oh, the humility of it. hahahahahaha

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    • Willard Lentz6 months ago

      Maybe I should sue the Gov for killing my native American people I am 25% Cherrokee

      Right

      Not black wont work out

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    • IntegrityImportant6 months ago

      I'm 1/4 Cherokee too Willard and if anyone got a bum deal it was Native Americans. I suspect if they made more noise about how they were treated and filed suits and went after cops, etc., then perhaps more attention would be paid those atrocities. As I keep saying bad things happen or have happened to ALL groups. No one group should be considered special because of it especially when the negative deeds are over a century old!

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  • Norris6 months ago

    Just curious where his ancestors gave their DNA for testing and how Ancestery.com got it? DNA testing only began in the 80's .....something don't fit ....his age, his apperance....is Ancestery.com a certified DNA testing facility or a company selling falsehoods? Hmmmm .....

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  • Edward Clark6 months ago

    I'm 100% anti-BS!  And this is it!!!  Has he never giggled at any ethic joke his entire life before this? $$$ These are pretty clearly "inside" jokes because he was on the inside of these at some point!

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