A west Georgia police chief and sergeant are out of work after they were caught making racist statements about minorities on a police body cam.
Chief Gene Almond resigned his position in the Hamilton Police Department after a city official reviewed the body cam video and turned it over to the mayor, WTVM-TV reported.
The video showed Almond and John Brooks, a patrolman, having a conversation in front of the police station. Neither man was aware they were being recorded.
"I don't own no slaves, my folks didn't own no slaves," said Almond during the Black Lives Matter protests in southeast Georgia last summer.
"For the most part, it seems to me like they furnished them a house to live in. They furnished them clothes to put on their back. They furnished them food to put on their table and all they had to do was (expletive) work," the former police chief said on the body cam video.
The police chief also revealed which Black female politician he would rather sleep with -- Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms or failed gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams.
"If I had to **** a (n-word), I'd rather **** the mayor than Stacey Abrams," he said.