Police video footage shows the violent arrest of a black elementary school teacher and also a scene afterward, when another white officer tells the teacher that cops are wary of blacks because of their "violent tendencies" and "intimidating" appearance.
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Breaion King was pulled from her car and thrown to the ground by a police officer during a traffic stop in Austin, Texas in June 2015. The police department publicly released the patrol car video in July 2016. It shows a white officer violently throwing King to the ground, and then another white officer telling her black people have "violent tendencies" and that's why white people are afraid. The video here was shown during a police conference and footage of police advancing through clips has been cut out.
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Police arrest black teacher, tell her African-Americans have 'violent tendencies'
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