|Ex-Insurance Manager Is Charged With Filing A False Police Report Against Birdwatcher|
By Jorge Alexandria - July 8, 2020
A lot of people loved it. Some people thought it was harsh but there is no doubt that adjustercom’s story, “Caught on Tape: The Bird Watcher and the Insurance Manager”, published on June 2, 2020 generated interest.
Now the infamous White woman who played the endangered white woman card and called the police with a false report about threats by a Black man who simply asked her to leash her dog in New York’s Central Park, during a videotaped dispute, was formally charged, on Monday, July 6, 2020, with filing a false report.
|Caught on Tape: The Bird Watcher and the Insurance Manager|
By Jorge Alexandria - June 2, 2020
“It’s no disgrace to be black, but it’s often very inconvenient.”
James Weldon Johnson, The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man
Then and now, racial tensions in America bring a lot of heartache.
One incident began on Memorial Day weekend when Christian Cooper, a 57-year-old black, Harvard educated man and biomedical editor, was bird watching in the urban jungle of New York’s Central Park in an area known as the Ramble.
The Ramble is off limits to any dog without a leash for righteous fear that certain dogs may hunt and kill birds sacred to bird watchers. There are signs posted all over the Ramble to keep your dog on a leash.
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