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Cops Arrest 2 Black Men Sitting In Starbucks For ‘Trespassing’: Video
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RE: Cops Arrest 2 Black Men Sitting In Starbucks For ‘Trespassing’: Video
Philadelphia police commissioner apologizes for how he handled Starbucks arrests of 2 black men

By JULIA JACOBO
Apr 19, 2018, 3:42 PM E

" Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross has apologized to two black men who were arrested at a local Starbucks last week for how he handled the press surrounding the incident.


"Ross said the he "failed miserably" at how he addressed the incident last week when he said the arresting officers "did absolutely nothing wrong."

"I should have said the officers acted within the scope of the law and not that they didn’t do anything wrong," Ross said during a press conference Thursday. "Words are very important."

On April 12, Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson were arrested at a downtown Philadelphia Starbucks and accused of trespassing and disturbance after a manager called 911, telling dispatchers that two men had refused to make a purchase or leave.

PHOTO: Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson appear on Good Morning America, April 19, 2018, to discuss their arrest at a Philadelphia Starbucks.ABC News
Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson appear on "Good Morning America," April 19, 2018, to discuss their arrest at a Philadelphia Starbucks.

The longtime friends, both 23, had just sat down at a table for a business meeting, they told ABC News on Thursday.

Cellphone video of two Philadelphia police officers handcuffing the men and escorting them out of the store caused outrage on social media after it was viewed more than 10 million times.

In a video testimonial released Saturday, Ross also accused Nelson and Robinson of being disrespectful to the officers and said they were both given several chances to leave, but refused.

Ross admitted today that he "played a significant role" in making the situation worse in his initial reaction to the "unfortunate incident."


Before the arrest, Ross was not aware of the Starbucks business model, in which people "spend long hours in Starbucks and aren't necessarily expected to make a purchase," he said, adding that it is reasonable to believe the arresting officers didn't know that either.

While Ross said the issue of race is not lost on him, he also defended the actions of his officers, saying that the fact that they were at the scene for well over 10 minutes suggests that they were trying to resolve the situation.

At the time, the department did not have a policy for dealing with similar situations, Ross said. A guideline has since been created and will be released soon, the police commissioner said.


Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney also issued an apology to Nelson and Robinson, saying that arrest caused "many Philadelphians" to witness and relive "the trauma of racial profiling.

"I want to apologize on behalf of the City of Philadelphia to Donte Robinson and Rashon Nelson for the experience they’ve been put through," Kenney said. "I want to acknowledge their pain and the pain of so many others, and commit our City to healing it together over the coming days, weeks and months."

Kenney also lauded the police commissioner for the "courage" it took to apologize for his initial response."


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RE: Cops Arrest 2 Black Men Sitting In Starbucks For ‘Trespassing’: Video
Isabella  Wrote: (04-20-2018 03:04 AM)
Philadelphia police commissioner apologizes for how he handled Starbucks arrests of 2 black men

By JULIA JACOBO
Apr 19, 2018, 3:42 PM E

" Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross has apologized to two black men who were arrested at a local Starbucks last week for how he handled the press surrounding the incident.


"Ross said the he "failed miserably" at how he addressed the incident last week when he said the arresting officers "did absolutely nothing wrong."

"I should have said the officers acted within the scope of the law and not that they didn’t do anything wrong," Ross said during a press conference Thursday. "Words are very important."

On April 12, Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson were arrested at a downtown Philadelphia Starbucks and accused of trespassing and disturbance after a manager called 911, telling dispatchers that two men had refused to make a purchase or leave.

PHOTO: Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson appear on Good Morning America, April 19, 2018, to discuss their arrest at a Philadelphia Starbucks.ABC News
Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson appear on "Good Morning America," April 19, 2018, to discuss their arrest at a Philadelphia Starbucks.

The longtime friends, both 23, had just sat down at a table for a business meeting, they told ABC News on Thursday.

Cellphone video of two Philadelphia police officers handcuffing the men and escorting them out of the store caused outrage on social media after it was viewed more than 10 million times.

In a video testimonial released Saturday, Ross also accused Nelson and Robinson of being disrespectful to the officers and said they were both given several chances to leave, but refused.

Ross admitted today that he "played a significant role" in making the situation worse in his initial reaction to the "unfortunate incident."


Before the arrest, Ross was not aware of the Starbucks business model, in which people "spend long hours in Starbucks and aren't necessarily expected to make a purchase," he said, adding that it is reasonable to believe the arresting officers didn't know that either.

While Ross said the issue of race is not lost on him, he also defended the actions of his officers, saying that the fact that they were at the scene for well over 10 minutes suggests that they were trying to resolve the situation.

At the time, the department did not have a policy for dealing with similar situations, Ross said. A guideline has since been created and will be released soon, the police commissioner said.


Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney also issued an apology to Nelson and Robinson, saying that arrest caused "many Philadelphians" to witness and relive "the trauma of racial profiling.

"I want to apologize on behalf of the City of Philadelphia to Donte Robinson and Rashon Nelson for the experience they’ve been put through," Kenney said. "I want to acknowledge their pain and the pain of so many others, and commit our City to healing it together over the coming days, weeks and months."

Kenney also lauded the police commissioner for the "courage" it took to apologize for his initial response."


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The social justice mafia strikes again.

The men were asked to leave after they didnt buy anything, per store policy.

They refused. They got arrested. Case closed. Except, leftist fucktards think the law doesnt apply to them when the opportunity for identity politics, racial division and strong arm tactics presents itself.

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RE: Cops Arrest 2 Black Men Sitting In Starbucks For ‘Trespassing’: Video
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-18-2018 04:46 AM)
turns out they were in there over 2 hours, wouldn't buy anything and claimed they were "waiting" for friends. LOL, yeah. Glad this happened to a scumbag leftist outlet like starbucks. It's great their core base is now turning on them.
I'm loving this.

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Scream1 He man & Upside Down Unanimous Coward are pathetic shill-bots. Very ineffective & obvious. Why do people still respond to these blatant propaganda machines?
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Loitering. Pay for something or gtfo.
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They did it to get black people to kill you!!
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Isabella  Wrote: (04-20-2018 03:04 AM)
Philadelphia police commissioner apologizes for how he handled Starbucks arrests of 2 black men

By JULIA JACOBO
Apr 19, 2018, 3:42 PM E

" Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross has apologized to two black men who were arrested at a local Starbucks last week for how he handled the press surrounding the incident.


"Ross said the he "failed miserably" at how he addressed the incident last week when he said the arresting officers "did absolutely nothing wrong."

"I should have said the officers acted within the scope of the law and not that they didn’t do anything wrong," Ross said during a press conference Thursday. "Words are very important."

On April 12, Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson were arrested at a downtown Philadelphia Starbucks and accused of trespassing and disturbance after a manager called 911, telling dispatchers that two men had refused to make a purchase or leave.

PHOTO: Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson appear on Good Morning America, April 19, 2018, to discuss their arrest at a Philadelphia Starbucks.ABC News
Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson appear on "Good Morning America," April 19, 2018, to discuss their arrest at a Philadelphia Starbucks.

The longtime friends, both 23, had just sat down at a table for a business meeting, they told ABC News on Thursday.

Cellphone video of two Philadelphia police officers handcuffing the men and escorting them out of the store caused outrage on social media after it was viewed more than 10 million times.

In a video testimonial released Saturday, Ross also accused Nelson and Robinson of being disrespectful to the officers and said they were both given several chances to leave, but refused.

Ross admitted today that he "played a significant role" in making the situation worse in his initial reaction to the "unfortunate incident."


Before the arrest, Ross was not aware of the Starbucks business model, in which people "spend long hours in Starbucks and aren't necessarily expected to make a purchase," he said, adding that it is reasonable to believe the arresting officers didn't know that either.

While Ross said the issue of race is not lost on him, he also defended the actions of his officers, saying that the fact that they were at the scene for well over 10 minutes suggests that they were trying to resolve the situation.

At the time, the department did not have a policy for dealing with similar situations, Ross said. A guideline has since been created and will be released soon, the police commissioner said.


Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney also issued an apology to Nelson and Robinson, saying that arrest caused "many Philadelphians" to witness and relive "the trauma of racial profiling.

"I want to apologize on behalf of the City of Philadelphia to Donte Robinson and Rashon Nelson for the experience they’ve been put through," Kenney said. "I want to acknowledge their pain and the pain of so many others, and commit our City to healing it together over the coming days, weeks and months."

Kenney also lauded the police commissioner for the "courage" it took to apologize for his initial response."


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what a cowardly pos this commissioner is
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RE: Cops Arrest 2 Black Men Sitting In Starbucks For ‘Trespassing’: Video
Hrd2Stbd  Wrote: (04-20-2018 03:10 AM)
Isabella  Wrote: (04-20-2018 03:04 AM)
Philadelphia police commissioner apologizes for how he handled Starbucks arrests of 2 black men

By JULIA JACOBO
Apr 19, 2018, 3:42 PM E

" Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross has apologized to two black men who were arrested at a local Starbucks last week for how he handled the press surrounding the incident.


"Ross said the he "failed miserably" at how he addressed the incident last week when he said the arresting officers "did absolutely nothing wrong."

"I should have said the officers acted within the scope of the law and not that they didn’t do anything wrong," Ross said during a press conference Thursday. "Words are very important."

On April 12, Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson were arrested at a downtown Philadelphia Starbucks and accused of trespassing and disturbance after a manager called 911, telling dispatchers that two men had refused to make a purchase or leave.

PHOTO: Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson appear on Good Morning America, April 19, 2018, to discuss their arrest at a Philadelphia Starbucks.ABC News
Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson appear on "Good Morning America," April 19, 2018, to discuss their arrest at a Philadelphia Starbucks.

The longtime friends, both 23, had just sat down at a table for a business meeting, they told ABC News on Thursday.

Cellphone video of two Philadelphia police officers handcuffing the men and escorting them out of the store caused outrage on social media after it was viewed more than 10 million times.

In a video testimonial released Saturday, Ross also accused Nelson and Robinson of being disrespectful to the officers and said they were both given several chances to leave, but refused.

Ross admitted today that he "played a significant role" in making the situation worse in his initial reaction to the "unfortunate incident."


Before the arrest, Ross was not aware of the Starbucks business model, in which people "spend long hours in Starbucks and aren't necessarily expected to make a purchase," he said, adding that it is reasonable to believe the arresting officers didn't know that either.

While Ross said the issue of race is not lost on him, he also defended the actions of his officers, saying that the fact that they were at the scene for well over 10 minutes suggests that they were trying to resolve the situation.

At the time, the department did not have a policy for dealing with similar situations, Ross said. A guideline has since been created and will be released soon, the police commissioner said.


Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney also issued an apology to Nelson and Robinson, saying that arrest caused "many Philadelphians" to witness and relive "the trauma of racial profiling.

"I want to apologize on behalf of the City of Philadelphia to Donte Robinson and Rashon Nelson for the experience they’ve been put through," Kenney said. "I want to acknowledge their pain and the pain of so many others, and commit our City to healing it together over the coming days, weeks and months."

Kenney also lauded the police commissioner for the "courage" it took to apologize for his initial response."


more
http://abcnews.go.com/US/philadelphia-po...d=54588552

The social justice mafia strikes again.

The men were asked to leave after they didnt buy anything, per store policy.

They refused. They got arrested. Case closed. Except, leftist fucktards think the law doesnt apply to them when the opportunity for identity politics, racial division and strong arm tactics presents itself.

lol Your rightese lingo doesn't stand up in the legal world of laws.

It's NOT store policy to call the police when you're at a table waiting for someone,the manager called the police right after they told her they were waiting and didn't order.
It took 15 mins from when one was refused the bathroom to when police arrived.
Stupid manager and incompetent police work and they were held for 9 hrs to boot.

Hopefully it will really make your blood pressure rise if they decide to file a lawsuit because they're looking at big $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$lol

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ITS A FAKE STORY DON'T BURN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD DOWN
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*shaking uncontrollably * Did you see that video?! They peacefully arrested those two... THEY PEACEFULLY ARRESTED THOSE TWO!!!... The horror... the horror.

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The latest from $hilltown gazette.

Take in the programming, leave with a lobotomy.
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On April 12, Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson were arrested at a downtown Philadelphia Starbucks and accused of trespassing and disturbance after a manager called 911, telling dispatchers that two men had refused to make a purchase or leave.

end of story.....that's called loitering

just because you graduated some f*cking school doesn't give you the right to take up space

its not a park, library

go sit in a fancy food place and tell them you aren't buying anything....

see how long until cops show up...lol.

f*cking retards.
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