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'Most humiliating experience of my life:' Black North Carolina man after false burglar alarm
Raleigh, N.C.
   
 
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An African American homeowner says he endured the "most humiliating experience of my life" when white police officers answered a false burglar alarm at his North Carolina home and ended up placing him in handcuffs at gunpoint and walking him to a police car in just his underwear as his neighbors watched.

"I was counting the seconds because I thought he was going to kill me," Kazeem Oyeneyin, 31, told ABC News on Saturday of the confrontation with police at his home in Raleigh. "He was shaking the gun. All he has to do is slip and hit that trigger and I'm dead."


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Well the media does wonders on race relations in this nation I just wonder if this happened at my house would the media jump all over it WHITE male held at gun point NO we all know what's going on here the main stream media making more race problems so just tell me why do people have alarm systems is it because if some one break a in the police are called YES so lets say your the officer your dispatched to a call of a alarm you arrive to an unlocked door and someone says I have a gun even if they say they are the home owner do you not still secure the scene untill you can prove who you are dealing with regardless of their race I know because I did respond to a call of an alarm and saw a shirtless man with just shorts on standing in the yard armed with a pistol and the door of the house had been kicked in I did secure the man's weapon even though he claimed to live across the road and had heard the alarm I confirmed who the man was and we cleared the house and it was determined he had nothing to do with the B&E we sent him and his pistol on their way my point being put your self in the officers shoes and you might see this a little different and you might see that its not a race thing unless you let certain media outlets make it into one
Posted by Cracker Lawson at 8/26/2019 11:04:35 AM

"He was shaking the gun. All he has to do is slip and hit that trigger and I'm dead."

But guess what? He didn't! Geez. What are you trying to say? It was an almost murder by cop?
Posted by Sasquatch at 8/27/2019 3:27:27 PM

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