Trinidad and Tobago cops don't target blacks
Posted: Friday, June 5, 2020
Griffith: Trinidad and Tobago cops don't target blacks
He added: "We are not shooting back at anyone because of their colour; we are shooting back at them because they are criminals trying to kill police officers. That is what this is about.
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Mack, who went live on Facebook during his interaction with the security, argued that the policy was not law and said he was being discriminated against. The security eventually called the police. After continuing to argue his point to the police, Mack was cautioned and told to leave the entrance of the bank. Mack continued to plead his case and was eventually arrested. He pleaded not guilty and was granted $5,000 bail. He will reappear in court on August 5.
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