Cops Deny Traffic Stop Was Racially Motivated
The Village of Montgomery and the officers named in a civil lawsuit deny that an October 2009 traffic stop was racially motivated or that a racial epithet was used.
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#1 Mar 22, 2011
It's 2 in the morning, that fact is undisputed. Was she going 57 mph? If so, she should have been pulled over. Was she going slow as she stated? Drive through my neighborhood at 2 AM going slow and I hope a cop sees you and pulls you over. The officers said she was not cooperative. 2 hour traffic stop seems a little excessive for a civil stop. A month later she is arrested for obstructing a police officer. What's the details on this? What's the pattern of activity?
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