The cell phone video of the arrest of an African-American woman after she called Fort Worth, Texas, police to report her white neighbor assaulted her 7-year-old son has been released. It shows the full incident leading up to the officer handcuffing the mom and a daughter after he warned them he was getting "pissed" at the mother's yelling.
The incident sparked protests in Fort Worth, but the police chief denied it was racial. He toild reporters his officer was just "rude."
Jacqueline Craig, 46, is heared yelling at the officer, when she said she became "pissed" the officer was questioning how she was raising her son instead of arrested the man she accused of dragging the child by his neck.
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