Unhinged Black College Dean Accuses Cops of Racism… Then Dash Cam Video Is Released

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Dorothy Bland, the dean of journalism at the University of North Texas, penned a piece for the Dallas Morning News after she was stopped by police while out walking.

Bland accused the police of stopping her for “walking while black.” But then police released the dash-cam video of the incident. And race-hustler Bland is eating her words.


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Western Journalism reported:

Dorothy Bland, dean of the journalism school at the University of North Texas, was recently out walking one Saturday morning when she was pulled over by two cops, cops she now accuses of racism.

Bland penned a piece in the Dallas Morning News in which she stated that she was caught “walking while black.”

Bland wrote:

“I stopped and asked the two officers if there was a problem; I don’t remember getting a decent answer before one of the officers asked me where I lived and for identification.”

She went on:

I remember saying something like, ‘Around the corner. This is my neighborhood, and I’m a taxpayer who pays a lot of taxes.’ As for the I.D. question, how many Americans typically carry I.D. with them on their morning walk? Do you realize I bought the hoodie I was wearing after completing the Harvard University Institute for Management and Leadership in Education in 2014?

She stated in her column that “I guess I was simply a brown face in an affluent neighborhood.”

Bland used her iPhone to capture the two officers and then their license plate in her picture. More

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