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A Florida teacher is under investigation for telling students she has a right to "dislike Blacks" because she was attacked on a train in Atlanta as a teen.

Tracey Brown, a teacher at Poinciana High School in Kissimmee, Osceola County, was teaching an online class on Monday when she made the statement to a student.

The student told Brown that some black people live in communities where cops "do not treat them right."

"Stop right there, David," Brown replies. "Stop! I want to be very clear. What you don't know about me could fill a friggin' swimming pool."

Brown then said she was attacked at age 16 on a train in Atlanta by a gang that "used the language of blacks."

"I have as much right as anyone else to dislike blacks for what happened to me," Brown said adamantly. "So, you don't get to preach to me what I do and don’t know."

A student posted video of the exchange on Twitter.com, along with a link to a disciplinary action petition and the school's contact info.

"I was told to take to twitter so the link for a disciplinary action petition as well as the school’s contact page are in my bio," the student wrote.

She added: "The teacher's name is Tracey Brown and I go to Poinciana High School."

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The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) released body camera footage and surveillance of a violent incident that took place inside the LAPD's Harbor Community Police Station on Sept. 26.

Body cam footage shows a white Hispanic male entering the police station lobby and knocking a cop flat on his back.

The suspect, later identified as 29-year-old, Jose Guzman, then pistol-whipped the fallen cop, who called for help when Guzman fled with his service weapon.

Guzman fired at a pursuing officer who retreated back inside the police station. Cops later caught up with Guzman, pulled his vehicle over, and took him into custody without a single shot or Tazer being fired.

A loaded 9mm Berretta semi-automatic pistol was recovered from Guzman’s vehicle.

Caution: This video contains scenes of graphic violence and profanity.
 

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A Couple of Canadians were surprised by an encounter with a robot dog patrolling the streets for people who are not social distancing.

Video captured by a user named @bloodtear shows a creepy neon yellow dog-shaped robot with bright headlight and taillights scrambling down the street toward their car.

Instead of being freaked out, the female passenger is strangely enamored with the robot, which quickly scrambles away from the car.

A man who was with the robot dog told the couple he used the robot for work.

Robot technology is quickly taking over service industries, such as food and packaging delivery and even providing security.

The robot was designed by Boston Dynamics, and this particular model robot is called SPOT.
 

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An 89-year-old pizza delivery man was tipped over $12,000 cash by a Utah couple who started a fundraiser for him on TikTok.

Derlin Newey was speechless when TikTok star Carlos Valdez and his wife arrived at his home to personally deliver the money.

"I don't know what to say," Newey cried after opening the envelope stuffed with cash.

Newey has been working about 30-hours a week delivering pizzas for Papa John's to pay the bills his social security benefits don't cover.

Customers love him because he is so polite. They often ask for him by name.

Valdez and his wife, who have a huge following on TikTok, record and share Derlin's deliveries on the video streaming network.

Their followers banded together to raise the money for Newey.
 

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A Georgia deputy who beat a Black man unconscious for refusing to show his driver's license has been fired.

Sean Williams, an attorney for Roderick Walker, a 26-year-old Black male who was repeatedly punched by a Clayton County deputy during a traffic stop, is demanding that criminal charges be filed against the terminated officer.

"They almost killed him," Williams told USA Today. "They committed an aggravated assault on this man and luckily I'm not talking to you about Mr. Walker's death."

According to MSN.com, the incident occurred Friday in Clayton County, Georgia, just south of Atlanta. Video of the assault went viral after it was uploaded to social media by Walker's girlfriend, Juanita Davis.

Williams said Walker, Davis, their 5-month-old son, and Davis' 5-year-old son from a previous relationship, had dropped off a rental car and paid a man $10 to drive them home. Police stopped the vehicle for a broken tail light.

Williams said the deputies asked Walker, who was in the passenger seat, for his ID and Walker stated he did not have one. A struggle ensued when the deputies ordered Walker out of the car for back-talking them.

Davis is heard hysterically screaming "Get off of him" and "Don't kill him. He said he can't breathe, officer."

Her son is heard yelling, "Daddy!" in the background of the video.

The sheriff's office fired one of the deputies, but Williams wants the second officer to be fired also and both should face criminal charges.

The sheriff's office said it turned over the criminal investigation to Clayton County District Attorney Tasha Mosley.

Mosley, who is Black, said in a statement that she had requested materials related to the investigation and would consider charges upon receiving them.

"If the final outcome of the investigation leads us to bring charges we are unsure at this time when it will come before a Grand Jury," Mosley said.

Walker has been transferred to the Fulton County Jail to face outstanding warrants on probation violations in Fulton County.

Williams said Walker was "illegally arrested" and police are using the outstanding warrants to "deflect from their horrendous acts."

"Roderick Walker is in jail solely because he was illegally arrested after being assaulted by Clayton County Sheriff deputies, not because of anything he did during that incident or in the past," Williams said. "Mr. Walker would not be in jail if it were not for this unlawful arrest that violated his legal and constitutional rights."
 

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A viral video shows a father and his children confronting an absentee mother who hasn't seen the children in months.

We often hear about men abandoning their families, but absentee moms are becoming more common in the Black community.

The fed up father took his son and daughter to the cleaners where their mom worked to confront her while live-streaming on Facebook.

"How many months you ain't see your mama?" he asked their daughter, who responded, "Two months."

"Two months you been running from them," said the angry dad. "And I'ma stay up here 'til the police come!"

Her son told his mom, "You left me in the house alone!"

When an officer arrived, the woman stated she filed a restraining order on her ex, but the cop was unable to find proof of a protective order in the system.

"Ask her how long the kids ain't seen her," the frustrated dad said. "Man, I ain't seen my mama in a month," his son tells the officer. "Two months," his dad corrects him.

The angry dad told the cop he went to the workplace to give his ex some money. He added, he would bring his children to see her again if they asked him to.

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A police officer found himself outmatched by a suspect who didn't want to go to jail. Te cop attempted to arrest the man, as a crowd of bystanders looked on and laughed.

Within seconds the cop was on his back with the man standing over him, punching him in the face and getting the best of him.

Then the unexpected happened.

Watch the video below to find out what happens next.
 

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A video of a father and stepmother disciplining their disobedient daughter is going viral on social media.

The video has sparked debate over whether the father and stepmother are being abusive to the girl.

The video shows a father apparently abusing his teenage daughter who allegedly stole something and called his wife a "fat a** b*tch".

The video went viral after celebrities such as Lil Scrappy posted it on social media.

Some are calling for child protective services to investigate.

Update:

The girl is in the custody of rapper Waka Flocka's mom, Debra Antney, who is reportedly related to her. See the videos below.
 


 

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Pastor John Gray's wife Aventer Gray is "extremely embarrassed" over a new cheating scandal involving her husband.

Over the weekend, YouTube blogger UnwinewithTashaK obtained a short video clip featuring the portly preacher.

In the clip, Gray, the pastor at Relentless Church in South Carolina, is speaking with a woman who is not his wife.

At one point, Gray invites the mystery woman on a trip, and he vents about his wife.

The clip was captioned, "He says his wife doesn't cook and feeds their son Pizza every night. He asks his side chick to fly with him to Cabo privately during the pandemic!"

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A source close to John Gray's wife, tells theJasmineBrand that Aventer Gray is "really hurt by what happened. Her marriage and family are super important to her, so to experience this in public – is overwhelming."

The source said Gray apologized to his wife yet again.

"He's apologized over and over again and wants to make this right. He's committed to making their marriage work."

The source said Gray and the woman didn't have sex.

"They weren't intimate, but it was wrong. Their conversations were inappropriate, period. Wrong is wrong."

Gray and his wife made headlines in 2019, when he was accused of allegedly cheating on her. Aventer can’t leave him because the couple share two minor children, a boy and a girl, and the children are their priority.
 

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A police officer was fired from the Gwinnett County Police Department after a TikTok video showed him using a Taser on an unarmed Black woman.

The incident happened here in Gwinnett County, Georgia, about 20 miles northeast of Atlanta.

Former officer Michael Oxford, who is white, responded to a "property damage" call on Aug. 18. According to the caller, a bottle had been thrown at a car.

When Oxford arrived, he spotted a woman who fit the description of the person who picked up the bottle. Oxford attempted to speak to the woman but he couldn't because Kyndesia Smith and others were yelling at him.

When he told Smith she was under arrest for obstructing an officer, she said, "I'm not going anywhere." She added: "It doesn't matter. You're on our property. We did not call you. I'm not going anywhere."

Oxford attempted to drag Smith off the porch, as several bystanders captured the chaotic scene on their cellphones.

After telling her she was under arrest, Oxford fired his Taser at her and she fell into some bushes in front of the porch.

Smith can be heard saying, "Call the police, mama," as the officer told her to turn over so he could cuff her.

"Don't touch me," Smith said, as she waved her arms to prevent the officer from cuffing her. Bystanders are heard yelling at him to stop.

"You're on her neck," someone says off camera. "Do you not understand what you're doing?"

Later in the video, Smith is sitting upright and struggling with Oxford who tells her "Give me your hands."

Toward the end of the video, another white officer arrived to help cuff Smith. She was booked into the Gwinnett County Jail and released early Wednesday morning.

Even though Oxford was fired, the police department said there was probable cause to arrest Smith for obstruction of a law enforcement officer and that his use of force was within the department's policy.