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Man arrested at airport screams police 'treating me like a black person'

Man arrested at airport screams police 'treating me like a black person'

Jeffrey Epstein, a doctor in Lakeland, Florida, openly and loudly admitted that black people are treated horrifically by the police.

The Independent reports Epstein, who reportedly said he is a "conservative Republican" and a "Trump guy", is shown in viral footage complaining to police saying: "You’re being rough with me. You’re treating me like a fu.cking black person."

Legit.ng gathered that the cops reportedly got a call about a disruptive passenger at the American Airlines ticket counter at Orlando International Airport.

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When they arrived, he allegedly started getting angry, growing even more furious when he learned the airline was kicking him off his flight due to his behaviour.

Man arrested at airport screams police 'treating me like a black person'

Jeffrey Epstein, a doctor in Lakeland, Florida, who said police was treating him like black person

He tells cops: "So this guy’s trying to provoke me. He’s a law enforcement officer, and he’s trying to provoke me. Do you know how to deescalate things, genius. No you’re not. You’re talking about me foaming at the mouth. Is that going to deescalate things, genius?"

He was charged with battery on a law enforcement officer, resisting officer with violence and trespassing after warning.

Man arrested at airport screams police 'treating me like a black person'

Jeffrey Epstein, a doctor in Lakeland, Florida, who said police was treating him like black person

Epstein told police that he "created a very big disturbance and I did it on purpose", according to news station WESH.

He continued: "I was no danger. I was being loud because I wanted everyone to see. Big companies have to take care of their customers, and when they call the cops in, they got to deescalate, not escalate.

He added that he doesn't"blame black people for being upset when they get arrested."

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that Nigerians who were deported from the United States of America (USA) on Wednesday, June 20, claimed that they were wrongly deported.

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Source: Legit.ng

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