Ohio cop tells black man he tailed him and pulled him over for ‘direct eye contact’ | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Ohio cop tells black man he tailed him and pulled him over for ‘direct eye contact’

A lack Ohio man got a police officer to admit to him on video that he followed him for nearly two miles and pulled him over for making “direct eye contact,” talk show host David Pakman reported.

“As suspicious as ‘making direct eye contact’ may be to a police officer, doing the exact opposite — that is, avoiding eye contact with a police officer — could be considered equally suspicious by an officer,” Pakman noted. “In other words, both making eye contact and not making eye contact with police could, conceivably, be grounds for a traffic stop, if you agree with the general principle suggested herein.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is just.... cray-cray.

If an African American is tagged for a traffic stop by police, and they can neither look directly into the eyes of the policeman, nor not make eye contact, what the heck are they supposed to do?!?

I have been ticketed in a couple of "speed traps" in my life by police, but I cannot begin to imagine what has to go through some people's minds when a routine traffic stop may become a prelude to an assassination, when one has done absolutely nothing wrong.

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