White woman apologizes for calling the cops on black man
Video shows Amy Cooper, a white woman, call police on Christian Cooper, a black man, after he asked her to put her dog on a leash in Central Park.
"You're going back to Mexico." After telling a Native American woman to go back to her country and physically shoving her in an Arizona gas station, this white woman gets slapped in the face. A white woman who called 911 on her Black neighbors has apologized for her actions, according to the family. Fareed and Norrinda Hayat, both lawyers, told Inside Edition they received the apology letter from the woman after she accused the couple of not having a permit to build a patio in their backyard in Montclair, New Jersey. The neighbors told her to leave their property, which is when she called 911 to claim she'd been pushed by Fareed. Onlooking neighbors refuted the claim. He was bird-watching when he asked her to leash her dog in a restricted area; she later apologized and returned the dog to the animal rescue. America's top general has apologized for appearing in a photo-op with President Donald Trump following the forceful dispersal of peaceful protesters outside the White House last week, calling the move a "mistake" and saying his presence "created a perception of the military involved in domestic politics."
Gen. Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said during a pre-recorded speech released that he regrets accompanying Trump on a walk from the White House to St. John's Church last week where he was photographed wearing his combat uniform and moving with the President's entourage through Lafayette Square.
The images provoked a swift wave of criticism from lawmakers and several senior former military officials who said they risked dragging the traditionally apolitical military into a contentious domestic political situation.
Milley also said that he was "outraged" by the killing of George Floyd and added that the protests it sparked spoke to "centuries of injustice toward African Americans."