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Anger after police arrest crying child over stolen chips

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Anger after police arrest crying child over stolen chips

A video of a black boy being dragged into the back of a vehicle has sparked outrage over a bag of chips stolen by white police officers in Syracuse New York.

in the Video A white male police officer was seen holding a black baby’s hand behind his back on Twitter, which was viewed more than 2.3 million times. As the boy cried out, two police officers saw him and put him in the back of a police car.

“What are you all doing?” According to Kenneth Jackson, 37, he repeatedly asked the audience. Syracuse.com. “He looks like a baby to me.”

“Something is stealing,” another policeman replied.

“I will pay,” the man replied. “Leave him alone”

Of The Syracuse Police Department later said in a statement. The boy is accused of stealing from a shop and was taken home by police. He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture and that his confession had been obtained through torture. The event was “under review”.

Mayor of Syracuse Ben Walsh said in a statement on Tuesday that he was “disturbed” when he first saw the video but that he did not use any gloves and the baby was taken home. He called on the city to better support children and families and to invest in “alternative options” for the police.

The boy’s father, Anthony Wieha, was friendly with the police who dumped his 8-year-old son – he later told Syracuse.com that he had seen a video of the boy crying and being pushed back by a police car. Wiha said more than Doritos’ bag. He wanted to report it to the police..

“Why does the police treat the boy like this? More than $ 3 worth of chips, ”Wiha told the news agency.

He thanked the audience for “standing by” them.

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