Louisiana Cop Texts He Wants A ‘Ferguson’ So He Can Take Those ‘African Monkeys’ Out
A Baton Rouge Police Officer is under fire after a string of text messages he is accused of sending to another person containing racial slurs has surfaced.
WBRZ reports that Baton Rouge Police are in the midst of two investigations in which detectives are looking into cell phone records of that officer.
[su_center_ad]The string of texts read in part, “They are nothing but a bunch of monkeys. The only reason they have this job is the n*****, n***** in them.”
Another text reads,, “I wish someone would pull a Ferguson on them and take them out. I hate looking at those African monkeys at work…I enjoy arresting those thugs with their saggy pants.”
NAACP State President Ernest Johnson said, “I will reach out to the Baton Rouge NAACP president, Michael Mcclanahan. He and I will reach out to the mayor and chief of police and call for the resignation and firing today.”
The officer works out of the Fourth District near Southern University, a predominantly African American community.
Chief Carl Dabadie said the department will look into the matter completely but said the investigation could take days.
According to WBRZ, the messages were allegedly sent to someone who is not a member of the police force.
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