The answer? Nowhere! Will b-ho say anything about this story?
An Alabama cop doesn’t arrest a woman stealing eggs to feed her kids and grandkids.
Let me do that race thang… A White Alabama cop doesn’t arrest a Black woman stealing eggs…
Does that sound logical? Aren’t all white cops racist pigs? And in Alabama? A black lady was short on cash and stole food to feed her family. A white cop helped her. What?!?!?!?!?! That’s just not right. Shouldn’t that racist white Alabama cop beat her down, possibly shoot her while she raised her hands and pleaded, “Hands up don’t shoot”???!!!
When the story got out people, of unknown race, started donating food. Really? In our racist society a white cop and others actually helped a black woman with kids and grandkids in need???!!!???
I can’t believe this. Whitey don’t care about anyone black.
Wake up all people. Lose the signs reading “Black Lives Matter” and replace them with “All Lives Matter”.
Here’s a great, positive story about a white cop doing a good thing and helping out a mama, and gramma, in need. No riots. No looting. He could’ve followed the letter of the law and took her in for stealing. He read the situation. The situation called for compassion.
Compare and contrast, as our teachers used to say in school, this story with the Ferguson and New York grand jury rulings. Michael Brown went nuts and got shot. Eric Garner started slapping officers hands, a bad choice on his part. You don’t resist against cops and expect a positive outcome. Both Brown and Garner are responsible for their demise.
I know some disagree with that.
Helen Johnson didn’t act the fool. She knew she stole. The cop knew she stole. She explained herself. The cop believed her. People who donated believed her.
No racism. Just compassion.
The overplay of the race card has rendered the race card laughable.
God bless Helen Johnson and her family. I hope we all hope and pray for the best for them.
God bless Officer William Stacy. He could’ve been a by the book kind of guy and carted her off to jail. He, I believe based on her comportment, chose a higher path, as did she.
There’s the crux of the matter. Brown and Garner could be alive today if they had made better choices.
Miss Johnson is blessed. Maybe more than she knows.
Cop Stacy, go home safe for the rest of your career. Miss Johnson, we pray for you and your family’s well being.
It doesn’t all have to be racist garbage. We’re all in this together.