Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Wyclef Rails Against LAPD After Mistaken Identity Arrest


Haitian artist Wyclef Jean live streams his mistaken identity arrest and vows to sue the Los Angeles Police Department...










13 comments:

Anonymous said...

....and he should sue. He is lucky they didn't put a hot one in his ass.

Anonymous said...

Sue each arresting officer in CIVIL COURT as well as the dispatchers, the Supervisors, etc. And not for TONS of money but for a nominal fee they'll all have to pay out of their personal paychecks for 20 to 30 years. You have to hit these people in their wallets to get anything to change!

Anonymous said...

^^^That's right! He needs to sue the arresting officers and EVERYONE in the chain of command and get a "death proof" judgment to the point where their kids are paying $30 a month for 50 years, so it'll be a lesson to the entire LAPD that they'll never forget.

You know Johnnie Cochran was working on reparations declarations he was taking to the UN and death proof police excessive force settlement legislation at the time he got 24 hour cancer and died suddenly.

Chrissy Snow said...

I watched that OJ documentary last weekend where they talked about the racist LAPD in the 90's. 20 years later and this state funded criminal enterprise is still doing the same shit.
I'm surprised the cops even let the person with him record this incident.

Anonymous said...

Was he greased up riding that motorcycle? Maybe they thought he was the president of Haiti.

Anonymous said...

@9:57 & 10:00 EXACTLY

Great advice & Good Info too.

They didn't care about his person so he definitely needs to file civil suits and make it personal for them too.

Also, something tells me that he is going to put out some good music behind this situation.

It's messed up that it happened to him but he will be able to shine some additional MUCH NEEDED light on this

Anonymous said...

11:09 I hope Wyclef doesn't cave and take a quick settlement/sign and NDA on this and never talk about it again. As you've all said, this subject needs more attention. Great info 9:57 and 10am and 10:19 I love you for that comment!

Anonymous said...

Whatcha all talking about here? Sue? For what? He wasn't even arrested, the only detained him. This happens to 90% of black people. Shoot, if I could only sue for when I've been detained by the police for wrongful identification I'd be rich. No, Cliff just experienced what most AA's go through in LA. He thought he was a celebrity but realized he might be gone till November.

Anonymous said...

So 2:20pm it's okay to be illegally detained in violation of your 4th Amendment Rights? You sound both crazy and stupid.

http://law.justia.com/constitution/us/amendment-04/04-arrests-and-other-detentions.html

Anonymous said...

@ 2:20 you know that you were dead wrong for that !

Now that song keeps playing in my head

Anonymous said...

^^^I'm sorry, 2:20. I shouldn't have attacked you personally. I will say you sound delusional and disempowered. I don't want to judge because obviously you've gotten some bad breaks and have embraced a slave mentality. No judgment, it is what it is. I've just never, ever heard anyone talk like that and it's frightening. Our people fought Jim Crow and for Civil Rights to be protected, as a whole person under the law. You ARE a whole person, not 3/5's, so act like it. Step up and claim it! Don't be cowed or embrace mediocrity or a slave mentality. Hell, there were enslaved Africans who lived more dignity regardless of their circumstances.

Think higher, live better.

Peace.

The King Of The Real said...

damn he got lucky

Anonymous said...

They didn't get the wrong man they got the wrong crime. he should be in handcuffs from stealing from his so called charity.
He's a liar and a fraud.

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