Police Detain Michigan Man on Thanksgiving for ‘Walking with Hands in Pockets’ [video]
As if we needed another example of the madness that is our burgeoning police state to surface this week, a man from Michigan was detained Thursday under suspicion of walking with his hands in his pockets in freezing temperatures.
If you weren’t aware that walking with your hands in your pockets is a crime, it’s because it isn’t. But that didn’t stop the officer from detaining the man.
The incident occurred at 4:30pm on Thanksgiving day in the city of Pontiac, when Brandon McKean was walking on Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard and Michigan Avenue, and was detained and questioned by the police officer. The temperature in Pontiac reached a high of 33 degrees on Thanksgiving.
Pontiac version of Stop and Frisk minus the Frisk.
Somebody posted in another thread a graphic with all the so-called black organisations like the NAACP that exist and asking why there are none for whites.
Maybe the person asking the questions should try to live in a black person's skin for a day.