September 5, 2014 5:36 pm -

A Baton Rouge Police Officer accused of sending a string of racist text messages has resigned and criminal charges are still a possibility. Michael Elsbury, who has been with the department for about 15 years, still faces a criminal investigation even though he resigned, Cpl. Don Coppola, a Baton Rouge Police spokesman said.

[su_center_ad]One of the texts read, “They are nothing but a bunch of monkeys. The only reason they have this job is the n*****, n***** in them.”

Another text stated, “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.”

According to Bayou Buzz, the texts were given to police “by a girl, a friend” of Elsbury’s, Police Chief Carl Dabadie said Thursday night.

WBRZ reports that Chief Dabadie said that behavior will not be tolerated on the force, and said he was “sick to his stomach” after he read what the officer allegedly wrote.

WBRZ obtained the texts on Wednesday before Elsbury’s resignation.


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3 responses to Louisiana Cop Resigns Over Racist Texts Hoping For A ‘Ferguson’ To Take Out ‘African Monkeys’

  1. Obewon September 5th, 2014 at 6:00 pm

    This hate crime criminal’s resignation is really going to upset the @ChuckCJohnson racists over at the Klansman site GateWayPundit. There’s hardly a single poster there having a pillowcase without eyelet cutouts. Woo-doggy!

  2. tiredoftea September 5th, 2014 at 6:49 pm

    Well, this gives him so much more time to spend running over to Bundy’s ranch and boning up on being a sovereign citizen.

  3. majii September 5th, 2014 at 11:12 pm

    I imagine he’s asking himself why what he texted was so bad, and why it caused him to lose his job. He’s been telling others how he feels about black people for a loooong time, and those to whom he’s been talking have either ignored him or have been too afraid to say anything to the police chief about it. He was comfortable displaying these ugly attitudes, so it became a habit for him to express himself to those whom he thought were “sympathetic” to his beliefs. Evidently, the girl he knows, unbeknownst to him, was fed up with his racism.