The Facts Behind The McKinney Pool Fiasco – Part II

Here’s The Story of The McKinney Pool Fiasco – Part 2

The Origin – The woman who organized the event in McKinney, Texas is named Tatiana Rhodes (or Tatyana Rhodes).  DOB 04/02/1995, she is 20-years-old. Most of her social media accounts have now been scrubbed as the publicity expanded and the sunlight upon her endeavors increased.

Tatiana had been promoting a party via twitter under the hashtag name “Dime Piece Cookout” for approximately a month. She planned the event at a sub-division called “Craig Ranch” in McKinney Texas.

Tatiana (pictured below left) lives in the sub-division with her mother Lashana Burkes (aka “Lashana Burks” pictured right). Both appear to be natives of Chicago.

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The Craig Ranch subdivision has a neighborhood park and a gated pool and clubhouse for residents. The pool and clubhouse is gated and a scan card is needed to gain access. (You an explore via google earth here)

The subdivision has a Homeowners Association (HOA) which regulates and controls the activities in/around the HOA swimming pool and clubhouse and has strict rules for use thereof.

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In addition to HOA rules the local community has a resident magazine which provides information to Craig Ranch residents on events and reminders of activities. One of the recent articles covered the use of the recreational facilities to include the pool and clubhouse:

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Neither Tatiana Rhodes nor her mother, LaShana Burks, sought permission to use the pool or clubhouse area as part of the event. However, Tatiana hired a DJ and promoted the event to include a pool party:

Note: There are numerous social media links reflecting that Tatiana organizes these “parties”, and charges for attendance, as a profit generating business. Her enterprise name is promoted under the auspices of “Twinzzpromotions” and uses the email address twinnzzpromotions@gmail.com:

pool party - coordinator 2pool party - coordinator 3pool party - coordinatorHowever, the specific event last Friday was advertised as “free attendance” where Tatiana was passing out flyers and selling tickets for another event she was setting up for June 19.

Tatiana appears to reference herself as a “promoter” for the various parties she organizes as part of twinzzpromotions:

Her business profile says:

want to throw a party but don’t know where to start – we do it all. Email us for models, promoters, party planners and more”.

The party on Friday was to promote “Make It Clap 2”, an event scheduled for June 19th (8pm to 1am) $5 advance Tix, $8 at event.

Tickets for MakeItClappPt.2 were being sold at the Craig Ranch party. Here’s the flyer for the June 19th event that was being promoted and handed out on Friday – link here:

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The DJ (Andrew Cosby) also tweeted out before and during the Craig Ranch event that it was a pool party. DJReign aka Andrew Cosby is also now scrubbing media and hiding his profiles.

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Pictured above, Tatiana and her mother Lashana Burks setting up for the party, while tweeting out #dpcookout so far so good.

In addition to friends of Tatiana Rhodes, more than 100 additional people, mostly teens, showed up as a result of the advertising promoted by Tatiana on social media. They were dropped off by the car-load as the afternoon party began.

According to both Tatyana and her mother Lashana they were unable to control the growing crowd – who came to their event at the park looking for and expecting a “pool party”.

That’s when things got out of control as the 100+ teens (and many young adults) turned into a mob of partygoers and began jumping the fence to the gated pool area. Residents within the neighborhood found themselves confronting a mob of teens growing ever increasingly hostile and agitated.

A local resident shares this version of events:

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This version is also supported by other residents who called the police for help and were on the scene trying to get the teen mob under control.

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The sub-division is culturally very diverse with multi-racial residents. All of the local community -within the rather large sub division- support the version of events as outlined above.  Black, White and Hispanic residents all share the same version of events as told via their social media postings above immediately following the crisis.

One of the adult residents of the sub-division sought to get control of the situation and told the teen mob they needed to leave the pool area.

pool party - graceA teen friend of the event organizer (friends wth Tatiana’s brother) is named, ironically, “Grace”, Grace Stone – approximately 14-years-old.

Young Grace Stone became angry because the mob was being told to leave the pool and clubhouse area; Grace was then backed up by her friend Tatiana (party organizer) in a confrontation with an adult resident at the pool. Tatiana then attacked the adult female resident as shown in this video:

Which led to numerous phone calls to the police as the teen mob became ever more confrontational with a security officer and local residents. The mob refused to leave the area. The police arrived.

With hundreds of teens ransacking the area, the first officer on scene immediately called for back-up. Nine additional officers arrived to try and restore order.

The video below is what has driven the media frenzy, however the video does not begin until after the initial fight with Tatiana and the adult resident took place.

HERE is Grace Stone’s version of events:

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14-Year-old Grace Stone also spoke to the media, with her father, to share her story:

Tatiana Rhodes (aka @KeefCakezadds via twitter also @KeefCakez and @KeefGoddess ) the woman who organized the party, gave an interview in the aftermath of the events.  She goes on camera together with her mother:

The Local Black Grievance Community yesterday held a press conference and begins to organize Black Lives Matter Protesters to travel into McKinney Texas to begin their protests:

The professional and paid Black Grievance advocates arrive on cue:

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Only one person was arrested. One of the two men who lunged behind the police officer is Adrian Martin; he was arrested.

If you watch the sequence carefully you can see exactly why the police officer viewed Adrian Martin as a threat.   You cannot hear what was said, but based on the physical action of Mr. Martin he presents himself as a physical threat.

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Decisions needing to be made in micro-seconds. Again, this entire sequence is less than 6 seconds in real time video.

Notice the officer never actually points his firearm at anyone. After unholstering it and securing it in his hand he keeps the hand gun pointed down toward the ground until re-holstered.

Watch it again:

And of course, like Trayvon Martin and Mike Brown, the President weighs in:

Meanwhile the family of Dajerria Becton (15-yr-old non compliant bathing suit girl),  and  Jahda Bakari (13-yr-old who tried to push the police officer), are fundraising from the event.  The parents and family are also professional black activists:

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431 Responses to The Facts Behind The McKinney Pool Fiasco – Part II

  1. AdukeLAXobserver says:

    This country has been titling more and more to the left. Republicans today would likely be to liberal to get elected as democrats in the past. And in 2008 the socialist-communist won in their biggest prize. This country may be too far gone to ever go back to where we were before that election.

    Now it appears the power of the mob has won. We got one election to turn that around. Like the moral majority election, we will have to have a law and order election. If we don’t win that election the law breakers will only become more brazen.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Nope. Not Yet. They ain’t got us yet.

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      • Nope, it’s not even close to over.. Folks are just warming up.. It’s times like these that separates the Men from the boys, pull your boots on fellas..

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        • BigMamaTEA says:

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          • Col.(R) Ken says:

            Amen Mama TEA! I’m at the rally point!

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          • judyw says:

            Yesssss! And……there really are more of “us” than “them” just like in the movie “A Bug’s Life”!

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          • perfect beast says:

            I GOTTA get this pic to put on the back window of my truck.

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            • Jenny says:

              There are plenty of liberals who do not agree with what those kids were doing at that party, why the party was being given, and how the kids reacted to the police trying to break it up. I’m a liberal and I think the situation is disgraceful. I would punish my kids severely for taking part in a horrible situation like that.

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            • BigMamaTEA says:

              PB, have one made. If you right-click on that image, then scroll down to “view image info”, click on that, which will bring up a box with highlighted info. Click and copy that highlighted jpg, and then paste it somewhere (blank page in word, or I use my e-mail program like for a new email)

              Now you have an active jpg. Then go to zazzle, or one of those type of sites where you can upload and image, and order. Find a site where you can get the time of sticker you want. (ie sticky on front or back of image, however you want to stick it on your truck) And order.

              Or, some of those quickie-sign places, you can email them an active jpg of what you want and they will make it.

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              • BigMamaTEA says:

                Oh, and PB, you can do the same on the t-shirt you commented on. All of the T-shirts I wear are political in nature, some you buy, but I have a lot of them made.

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          • Jenny R. says:

            Could one get that with a shepherd dog instead of a wolf?

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    • txyesboy says:

      To be fair, I am a Texan and consider myself (if pressed to decide between liberal and conservative) to be liberal, but yet am glad this site has the guts to share the information presented in actuality as opposed to the farce the mainstream news media has presented.

      We all have a little “liberal” and “conservative” in us, based on different scenarios life presents us. I’m all for fairness and equality amongst all walks of life…..but only if you earn that right. These were spoiled, entitled kids who felt above the law, and ultra-liberal blowhards (who give us moderate liberals a BAD name) take advantage of these situations for their own self-grandstanding purposes.

      I hope the HOA has some standing power to be able to vote that these people should be forced to move out of that neighborhood as a result of this.

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      • I have absolutely no liberal in me, they are nothing but lying, backstabbing cowards.

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        • BigMamaTEA says:

          Richard E, it’s a scam. Everybody is scamming everybody else.

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          • Neal Bracken says:

            This is my take on the McKinney fiasco. First, the McKinney Police Chief Greg Conley called Officer Casebook’s actions “indefensible.” Second, Officer Casebook has since resigned from the McKinney police department. Third, prior proper planning prevents piss-poor performance. The
            organizer(s) of this pool party turned fiasco would do well to remember that. I rest my case!

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      • LIBERTYSINCURSION says:

        “I hope the HOA has some standing power to be able to vote that these people should be forced to move out of that neighborhood as a result of this” – Oh yeah, and that will surly be portrayed by the professional igniters of racial hatred in the main stream liberal media. As anything other than the present day moral equivalent of the Ku Klux Klan burning a cross on “Tatiana” and her Mother “Lashana’s” front lawn.

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        • Diane Crouse says:

          It was my understanding that a bunch of these kids did not live there and that they had been brought there in car loads and dropped off for this party that Tatyna started to promote her next gig. I don’t even think she lives in that community from what I read in this story.

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  2. doodahdaze says:

    The truth of the matters will prevail. It always does. Millions may die but it will prevail.

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  4. oldiadguy says:

    Folks, we all have black miscreants fatigue. The truth is this behavior has been going on for several decades. The difference today that it is being broadcast via social media and has some semblance of being organized. The old saying that two wrongs don’t make a right, is relevant here.

    I know that I’m going to the outlier here, but the officer’s conduct as displayed in the video was unprofessional, dangerous and an embarrassment to his department and fellow officers. It was obvious to me that the officer lost control of his emotions and let his emotions rule his actions. This something that a police officer cannot afford to do.

    The officer was dispatched to the incident to restore the peace. However, from his actions, he aggravated the situation. Thanks to his actions, a minor local incident has blown up into a national story. Do you see any of the other officers on the scene acting as Corporal Casebolt did? No they acted professionally. Also, remember Corporal Casebolt was a supervisor and was supposed to lead by example. What kind of example did Corporal Casebolt set for the officers under him by yelling profanity instead of issuing clear commands.

    Let’s leave out the part where he drew his pistol for a minute, had this officer been on my old Department or any of the other major departments in the area, he would have been suspended after that video was made public. It would have nothing to do with the BGI, but has everything to do with professionalism and self discipline. The sad fact is the officer failed himself, his department and his profession. It just happens sometimes. It doesn’t make Corporal Casebolt a bad person, he just lost control and will now have to accept responsibility for his actions.

    I’ve read that Corporal Casebolt has resigned from his department without comment. I wished he had apologized to his chief, the other officers of his department and the residents of the HOA that witnessed his actions. It would have been the honorable thing to do.

    Let the criticism begin.

    Take Care

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    • John Galt says:

      I agree, excellent post.

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    • joshua says:

      like really impressive. thanks for your opinion.

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    • AghastInFL says:

      Personally I doubt you will see any criticism, I understand your points here they are clear and in large part irrefutable, however I also see extenuating circumstance.
      IMO We come here not to berate an opposing POV but rather to learn from them. Yours is a voice well appreciated here by all of the regulars, even if at odds with the consensus at times, that is what makes all of us stronger.
      Keep bringing the sunlight this tree has many branches.

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      • oldiadguy says:

        Thank you I will.

        God Bless

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        • PatriotUSA says:

          Much appreciated, your comments. Great thing about treepers is most here, even me are critical thinkers and are willing to listen, observe and learn from others. Thanks again.

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        • michellc says:

          oldiaguy there are two officers I know who remind me of you. One is a family member who prided himself on being able to defuse a situation. He’s a few years away from retirement and he always stood up for what was right, it didn’t always make him friends with other officers and it cost him one job. However, he has always said the day he used his badge for power would be the day he would turn it in. I’ve even known men he arrested come and shake his hand and apologize for forcing him to arrest them.
          Another man is now a retired Oklahoma Highway Patrolman, who was cut from the same cloth. His motto was always approach your job as a professional and never allow your anger to control your actions, not everyone is a criminal and at the end of the day you take the badge off and your just a man who gets up in the morning and puts your pants on one leg at a time. More importantly though God is going to judge you on what you did in your life with the badge on or the badge off. He’s probably one of the harshest LE critics I know, which might have something to do with the years he served as Captain and had to deal with the young bucks.

          As I see so many of our young people with no respect and no morals, I worry about the next generation of LE as much as I do about them being leaders.

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          • oldiadguy says:

            Thank you, I am honored to be compared to such fine men. Yes, the coppers of today will need true leaders to guide them to the dangers ahead. I pray that they find them.

            Take Care

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    • lilbirdee'12 says:

      No criticism here, sir. I agree and I also enjoy all your posts ! Thank you for your service then and now.

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    • pspsst says:

      Heh, heh, heh. 🙂

      IMO, Casebolt fell for the ruse indeed. There is no way this was not a set up. The coppers today are walking a fine line and it’s hard for them to know instinctively how to deal with situations and I worry they will stand back on the legitimate dangers and plow in on the lesser, basically hands off black criminals and total death immersion with white non-crims.

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    • amwick says:

      Absolutely, excellent summary, I certainly appreciate your insight. My only problem is the feedback from the actual resident witnesses. If Casebolt was so out of order, so unprofessional, why did that guy Bryan Gestner commend him, and his actions? If I saw a LEO being an SOB, I would have no problem saying it to anyone who would listen. Seems Bryan was right there, in the thick of it. Something doesn’t add up. I like to think there is more to this story, and I would like to hear Casebolt’s version of events. Thanks for sharing the professional flip side though. Seems you went out on a limb. 🙂

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      • oldiadguy says:

        Thank you. I don’t know why Bryan Gestner commended Casebolt. My guess is Gestner supported Casebolt because Casebolt was on the side of the homeowners and not the thugs. Folks tend to group together under stress and overlook short comings of those in their group.

        I’m not sure we will hear Casebolt’s version of events. He is still not out of risk.

        Take Care

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    • Sandra says:

      Hey, I know you’re right. But it’s such a relief to finally see someone treating the ferals the way they ought to be treated. Maybe Corporal Casebolt felt good about it, I hope he did, and I hope he can feel good about leaving too.

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    • boutis says:

      He may be burned out. He has been doing LE for quite a while. As I understand it he did police work in the military, as a state trooper in Texas, and then as a city cop. He may have been sick and tired of all of it and this was the time to go. I have done that in a job serving the public and understand it. The conditions he was expected to work in are appalling. It isn’t worth it. And his family’s safety isn’t worth one second of it. I think we are going to see more people leave LE because it isn’t worth it.

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      • oldiadguy says:

        “I think we are going to see more people leave LE because it isn’t worth it.”

        Locally, a lot of folks are leaving law enforcement. My old PD has reported that they are leaving 2 to 3 every two week pay period. They are hard pressed to find suitable replacements. Manpower shortages are a constant problem. This is definitely trending bad.

        Take Care

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    • franker01 says:

      Great post. There was an article on another site that dissected the video almost frame by frame and a reasonable case was made that the officer probably was not violating procedure and certainly not the law. However, ITA that the officer seems to have over-reacted and lost his composure. Nothing criminal but a temporary loss of control which we all have from time to time but not in the kind of circumstance that he found himself in.

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      • Except.. Lets please not forget that the human element cannot score perfectly each & every minute of every day. We can certainly aspire to do so, but we will most certainly fail. IMO, the officer was attempting to make a arrest on a trespassing profiteer, he was encircled in a hostile manner, he did pull his weapon, he did not fire his weapon.. I don’t see a problem here..

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      • Personally, I would have hated to be in his situation. You’ve got youngsters cussing and yelling and fighting and when you put them on the ground, they pop up like a bunch of gophers and just won’t stay put.

        On top of it, you’ve got a group of people who in context of what is happening nationally, are growing more violent, hostile and dangerous.

        It sure didn’t seem like he was getting much help from fellow officers! All they seemed to be doing was standing around.

        That cannot but affect somebody that finds themselves in the midst of a mob, regardless of how they are dressed or how old they are.

        When that girl resisted and started wrestling trying to get away, I don’t know what I would have done. Human instinct is to sit on them till they quit fighting and squirming and that’s a lot better than what I’ve seen a lot of officers do (punching with their fists or kicking them).

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      • oldiadguy says:

        Yes, I’ve seen a couple of articles that show frame by frame of the encounter. It was actually bad as I first thought. I hope to have time to post a breakdown of the problems I observed. Right now family issues are taking priority.

        Take Care

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    • JohnnyBeeDawg says:

      I didn’t see the officer act unprofessionally at any time. He was being surrounded by a mob who threatened to stop him from cuffing the girl who repeatedly disobeyed lawful orders. Officer did exactly as he is trained to do.

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    • Mr. Right says:

      I don’t agree that he should apologize to anyone.
      You also only focus on the short propaganda video segment, without the full context at what the officer had to control.

      The girl for a while was rallying other teen to confront the officer.
      She had been instructed so many time but refused to comply, and instead continued to pace and rally other teen to confront the officer.

      Or is this all a lie and she was just a local resident coming out of the pool with her badge and that racist cop decided, just because she was black, that she deserved to be on the ground ?

      The word is that the only reason that he was restraining her himself was because he was out of handcuff to restrain her. Words from local residents (ALL seem to be on the side of the officer BTW)

      But I agree, if it was possible, every officer should not act like a human but instead behave like perfect robots. But until this happen, lets be realistic in our expectation.
      Antagonizing peace officers is a stupid, stupid idea.

      And my understanding is that he was the first one on the scene and he only was faced with the entirety of the debacle.

      The question would really be, what if the officer lost control of the situation and some ‘kids’ (many seem to have been 20+ and using drugs) pull out a gun and shot another teen .
      (like the 2 guy that went behind his back and seem ready to jump him)
      The cop would be crucified for not taking control of the situation quickly.

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    • SWOhio says:

      You noticed that the other policemen, when they arrived to support Officer Casebolt, did not take the actions he had taken. Did you stop to think that perhaps that was because after the backup arrived, it was no longer ONE SOLITARY officer attempting to make some kind of order out of the rioting screaming teenage thugs – and as has happened too many times in the recent past, police officers, especially solitary ones, have become victims of the traveling rioting thug show produced and supported by Obama, holder, and the rev. Al sharpton –

      In the presence of a strong police force of more than one officer, the cowardly thugs suddenly began playing victims – and a good officer no longer has a job.

      Who will you call next time you are in fear for your life and someone is breaking down your door – and the police refuse to come for fear of their lives – Obama, holder and sharpton? Good luck with that.

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      • BigMamaTEA says:

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      • oldiadguy says:

        Watch the video, Casebolt ran up to where the other officers were detaining some subjects. They were already on the scene. Notice the two police SUV’s?

        This was not a riot in any way shape or form. If you listen to the video, you will hear the person doing most of the yelling is Casebolt. Why do you think the person videoing the incident chose Casebolt to video.

        “Who will you call next time you are in fear for your life and someone is breaking down your door – and the police refuse to come for fear of their lives – Obama, holder and sharpton? ”

        You do realize that I’m a retired copper. If I can’t handle the situation I will dial 911 and the officers from the local PD will respond.

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    • Kitty Smith says:

      I couldn’t disagree more. I usually agree with you. Not this time. Casebolt was pushed out by a weak chief caving in to pressure from negative publicity pushed by an untrue racial narrative. Casebolt arrived on scene alone. It’s easy to say the other officers conducted themselves differently, but they arrived in numbers which created a show of force. Apples and oranges. Further, none of us has seen a report from Casebolt explaining what all happened before the video starts.

      None of us, including you, know the context of Casebolt’s actions. I don’t know what you saw in the video, but what I saw was a full-grown girl fighting and resisting an officer who tried to arrest her when she failed to disperse and who was trespassing and interfering with a police officer doing his duty. I saw a guy take a quasi-shooting stance and put his hand behind his back. I saw the fog of chaos and mayhem created by trespassing adults and young adults disobeying an officer’s order to disperse and an officer overwhelmed by not knowing who might attack next and how. I saw people charging the officer. I saw eye-witnesses interviewed and read statements from eye-witnesses who stated Casebolt did nothing wrong.

      I see another police officer’s life being ruined by anti-white, anti-police racists who want carte blanche to take what they want by pillaging and destroying other people’s lives and property on a whim. I see law-abiding people nevertheless agreeing with it and it makes me sick.

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      • AghastInFL says:

        “Casebolt arrived on scene alone. It’s easy to say the other officers conducted themselves differently, but they arrived in numbers which created a show of force. Apples and oranges. Further, none of us has seen a report from Casebolt explaining what all happened before the video starts.”
        Valid points and easily forgotten when reviewing the video endlessly picking it apart frame by frame.

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    • B. says:

      i am a middle school teacher and i have to sympathize with the police officer. so many teenagers today have zero respect for authority and generally feel emboldened to disobey all adults without any expectation of a consequence for non-compliance. whether it is in response to a polite request from a stranger, “could you please not use profanity in front of my toddler”, or a firm, direct command from a police officer, “stop right there and put your hands up”, it doesn’t seem to make any difference.

      i learned several years ago to mind my own business in the hallways at school and never confront any student that i do not know because of the near-certainty that i will be ignored or, worse, get sucked into a power struggle that i cannot possibly win. i see teachers yelling at or chasing after kids who have no intention of complying with a request pull up their pants, remove their hat, pick up their litter, spit out their gum, curb their profanity, etc. these teachers may go to extraordinary lengths to track down the identity of the offender, but in the end, the kid is going to deny any wrongdoing and disobedience, the administrator is going to question the teacher’s version of events, and the parent is going to threaten to call the school board if the student receives so much as an afternoon detention. why would a teenager expect it be any different with a private security guard or even the local police?

      unfortunately, a police officer responding to a call doesn’t have the luxury of just looking the other way and not confronting rude, disrespectful and disobedient youths. what do you expect a police officer to do when there is a crowd of dozens and dozens of teenagers and young adults with many of them openly defying his commands and acting in a threatening manner as he is attempting to defuse the situation? once a confrontation has taken place and there is a lack of compliance with his direct commands, he has no alternative but to establish his authority–that is the most important part of the job. it is why people call the police in the first place–to see that criminal activity ceases and peace is restored. using physical force on the girl who was in his face refusing his command to sit down: justified. drawing his weapon in response to two young men coming at him in a threatening manner as he is preoccupied with the non-compliant girl: justified.

      as a teacher i do not have any leverage over student behavior beyond tattling to parents and/or administrators. sure i can issue consequences–but i lack any authority to enforce them if a student refuses to comply. honestly, it is much better that way because it prevents me from losing control of my emotions and escalating a situation. in response to unacceptable behavior, i ask nicely, saying “please” and “pretty please”, but in the end i don’t raise my voice or make any threats, knowing that i will not be able to follow through on any command or consequence unless a parent and/or administrator chooses to back me up.

      have we reached a point in our society where police officers lack the authority to enforce the law and must worry whether their image-conscious superiors, craven politicians and community agitators are going to back them up? i’m not so sure i want the police officers responding to calls in my community reduced to asking “please” and “pretty please” because they are fearful of calls for them to be suspended, fired and criminally charged for doing their job and asserting their authority in the heat of the moment with uncooperative suspects and agressive bystanders.

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      • jakeandcrew says:

        Thank you – I really appreciate hearing your perspective. Very enlightening.

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        • ssoldie says:

          This is not her perspective, but the truth. we are so fearful of telling the truth and standing up for what is right for fear of being called a racist,or any other name that the left liberals slam on you.

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      • jakeandcrew says:

        I took the liberty of re-posting this on the “Do the Right Thing” page. I think what you’ve written is important and didn’t want it to get lost.

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      • Excellent post! I know teachers that love what they do, and express the same concerns as you. Summer breaks are needed. It is a time to decompress and become mentally stable again. (Not in a bad way 🙂 )

        When you are always dealing with others lack of respect, it can take its toll. I think cops should have long break periods also.

        This officers emotions were high, he was cussing, however it did not phase these teens at all. Had he acted “more professional” it probably wouldnt have mattered. They didnt care. When I first saw the small clip, I was angry, no way! Then watched the whole video, I changed my parenting skills immediately (admitting I got a little too lenient) Now, I am back to the “first time only rule”, and using the original definition of words! Lol NO means NO it does not mean maybe, or possibly, or ask me 10 times! Leave NOW.. actually means to leave now!

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    • John Keister says:

      The cop was out of line; so what nobody got seriously hurt. The near instant media overplay and accusations of racism with outside parties aggitating; racist themselves; demanding firings without due process; with absent parents justifying every thing their adult sized brats do bothers me much more.

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    • Fred Jones says:

      While you have well thought out response and I do agree that if we rely on what we see, Corporal Casebolt may have been at fault, we do not get to see what led up to this situation. Therefore, we can say he was in the wrong all we want but unless there is video showing before he tried to subdue the girl, then we may never know.

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    • Duane Terrell says:

      The officer who pulled out his gun was there by himself for an unspecified amount of time. I don’t know exactly what that changes from a procedural stand point but when you have an active situation that’s 30 to 1 and you don’t know who has what you maybe a little tense.

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  5. Murse says:

    Mark Levin BLASTS McKinney Police Chief for throwing officer OVER THE CLIFF

    Read more: http://therightscoop.com/mark-levin-blasts-mckinney-police-chief-for-throwing-officer-over-the-cliff/#ixzz3ccIJGyGs

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  6. jackphatz says:

    And so it ended, June 5, 2015.

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  7. carterzest says:

    My new buddy Mike Keyes @mikekeyes35, summed it up perfectly for me today: https://twitter.com/carterzest/status/608363807396790272

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    • carterzest says:

      I will try this again.

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      • joshua says:

        The story of the Farmer who bought a new mule that would not obey command, comes to mind. Could not get the mule to work or anything…Finally took mule to a professional mule trained to get control of the mule to do work….Mule trainer said, fine, can train your mule for 500 dollars…Farmer said my Lord man, thats a lot of money, mule trainer said thats the cost. Farmer needed work done to make a living so agreed. Mule trainer went over to a pile of wood and picked up a piece of 2 X 4, came over to mule and slammed the mule over the head with the board…mule staggered a bit…Farmer got outraged…said, Man, I hired you to train my mule, not kill him….Mule trainer said…yep, gonna train up this mule fine….but with mules, FIRST YOU GOTTA GET HIS ATTENTION.

        Officer understood WELL, that will all these kids running wild and loose, that FIRST, HE HAD TO GET THERE ATTENTION.

        Did not use a board, used his VOICE and WORDS THEY ALL KNEW FROM THEIR OWN HOMES AND FAMILY MEMBERS…..these kids don’t get soft talk at home, and they don’t HEAR anything until you GET THEIR ATTENTION.

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        • Kitty Smith says:

          🙂 Well, your presentation is a bit rambunctious, but I get your point, agree with it, and enjoyed reading it! 🙂

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      • canadacan says:

        Mike Keyes speaks truth.

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      • BigMamaTEA says:

        cz, when you figure out why your tweets won’t post like they’re supposed to, let me know. Having the same problem. {grin}

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      • jdavidsen says:

        Not shutting up when a cop tells you to IS NOT ILLEGAL!

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        • JohnnyBeeDawg says:

          Actually, it is. Obstructing a police officer while he is dealing with an unruly mob is illegal in every community. There had already been assaults and threats against the officer.

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  8. am starting to see numerous link backs to CTH reporting with respect to this story in peoples replies and posts on FB now….if this keeps up then the MSM (hopefully) will be forced into addressing the other eye witness craig ranch residents version of events as well as the discovery of the social media life of the party organizers

    booya!

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  9. True Colors says:

    Huffington post confirms that Lashauna Burks and her daughter are indeed from Chicago.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/06/08/texas-pool-party-mom_n_7536218.html

    TC

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  10. True Colors says:

    Tidbit from the Local ABC station in Dallas

    TC

    http://www.wfaa.com/story/news/local/collin-county/2015/06/08/what-led-up-to-mckinney-incident/28712347/

    Burks said she had received permission to have the event from the homeowners association, but the HOA told News 8 Monday it had not approved such an event.

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  11. Millwright says:

    What I find truly disheartening in the McKinney, TX disturbance is an apparently nice community is being vilified in the popular media and its residents now are being repeatedly assaulted, (there’s no other word for it), by the BGI and the same thugs that caused the problem. How long before these now emboldened thugrats break into an armed household and meet Jesus ?

    No matter how this ultimately shakes out, all across america a lot of good citizens are more often being looked at askance simply because of their color. And a police officer has lost his career because, in a moment of high stress surrounded by physical threats, (and if you think those two approaching his blind side are ‘harmless kids’ you don’t know ghetto), he failed to act in a ‘politically correct manner’ as determined by those with hours to decide and remote from the threat.

    Yours is an excellent post Oldiadguy ! Wise words carefully chosen. But at the end of the day, its the choices of those appointed to enforce our laws made in ‘the heat of the moment’ on any given day that count.

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    • seeingeye2 says:

      With incidents like this happening, people who can do the job as well as Casebolt will be few and far between. They’re going to be too smart and head for different pastures. That will only leave those who are unable to function. Woe is us then!

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  12. pspsst says:

    Astute insights on the McKinney threads, especially Ytz. Still reading, reading, reading.

    Did someone observe this too? The 15 year old girl Dajerria stays seated on the grass and seems dumbfounded the cop’s attention is off her when the two bozos are doing their fake and runs off. When Casebolt returns, she then starts wailing and calling “mama”. I found the way she stayed sitting on the ground trying to look assaulted and general behavior off putting. YUCK. It seemed to me officer was trying to get her to stand up by grabbing her arm and she wouldn’t. The cop knew it looked bad and was trying to get her up. That’s my take.

    Also this 14 year old Grace is not basically a good at heart teen. Her tweets are disgusting.

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  13. doodahdaze says:

    This crap has got to stop. It haz got to stop. Ya can’t have a mob crash a private pool that the residents pay for. OMG an WTF. WHAT DO THEY WANT?

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    • woohoowee says:

      What do they want? Whatever a politician or organizer tells them they want at any given time.

      All of this is designed to wear you (us) down. Don’t let it.

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    • SWOhio says:

      More free stuff, paid for by the few remaining working taxpayers in this country.

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      • backwoodsgirl123 says:

        Don’t feel pregnant, when you all run out they’ll go after us retired folks and what we’ve worked hard for all of our lives.

        But when they do….I’ve got a present for them.

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    • “What do they want?” I’m not sure if they want it… consciously, or even subconsciously but the result (and possible goal) of all of this, from Saint Skittles, to The Gentle Giant, to “I can’t breathe” Gardner, to the OMG-white-people-called-the-police-’cause-too-many-blacks-at-pool-party is going to be the complete neutering of the police, creating a climate where criminals can reign free, immune to arrest. Won’t that be fun? Luckily, like backwoodsgirl123, I also have wrapped a present for them. Hopefully every law-abiding citizen will go out and buy some wrapping paper and bows of their own – you just might need it. /wink

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  14. archstanton14 says:

    The 15 year old has a touch of Histrionic personality disorder.

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  15. famousprince says:

    Paging Tawana Brawley. Still, I guess an officer rolling around like Starsky and/or Hutch does look a liitle silly. Although it seems like the pool crashers were trespassing and guilty of breaking and entering. Last time I checked, that was a pretty serious crime.

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  16. Plain Jane says:

    I don’t know if anyone mentioned this in a previous post, but Mark Levin opened his program citing The Conservative Treehouse work on this story. Wow. Incredibly well done Sundance. I do wish he had read the info here on the South Carolina fiasco before he commented on the police. I got pretty angry with him on that one.

    Levine is aired late in the radio market in my local.

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  17. archer52 says:

    Let me share with you an interesting article I read years ago about section 8 housing and the end result.

    There were two yuppies, a married couple, professionals in each of their specialized fields. The husband was contracted to analyze crime stats and assist police department in developing responses. He was beset with a problem he couldn’t figure out. The departments he helped were usually small residential communities with little real crime. They were located far outside the bigger cities in the state. Suddenly, several of them suffered a spike in robberies, drugs, assaults and burglaries. He analyzed and analyzed but there was no real indication as to what was going on.

    One night, he and his wife were sharing a bottle of wine and he was discussing this with her. He pulled out his maps (this was back in the late nineties) and laid them on the table, with the high crime areas marked, they resembled cloverleafs around bigger cities. The wife looked at the maps and suddenly went pale. She went into her files and pulled her data out. She knew what had happened. You see, her job was to take blacks out of projects in the cities and relocated them in the surrounding suburban neighborhoods. She put her maps on his and the “cloverleaf” of crime matched up exactly.

    The point of the article was that in the effort to normalize project dwelling blacks by surrounding with less violent, less criminal neighbors the State instead simply moved the crime INTO those neighborhoods. Further, they interviewed the participants and learned a very valuable lesson (which I’m sure because they were PC bureaucrats they never applied). The lesson was some of the blacks moved out because they wanted out. Those blacks adapted to the new world they were in because they wanted to. On the other hand, there were blacks who were moved out into Section 8 housing and found themselves isolated. One said in an interview she didn’t know how to talk to her neighbors or interact with them because they were foreign to her. In fact, she lamented her move and wished to move back “to her neighborhood” which was a concrete jungle of crime and failure.

    Here we have a similar situation. The black mother and daughter were aware of the rules, they just worked with a different set of rules; the “I gets mine” and “that don’t apply to me.” With their rules they disregarded the rules of the community because they wanted to. The end result was conflict and one more BGI opportunity. The rest of the mooks that showed up were just problems that as oldiadguy points out we’ve grown tired of.

    And before we pick on the mom and daughter here, understand this “I gets mine” and “that don’t apply to me.” runs the gamut of many blacks in America. The kid on the street is nothing compared to Al “taxes? Why do I have to pay taxes?!” Sharpton, or Marilyn “I don’t care if they didn’t do nothing” Mosby, not to mention Eric “Laws, what laws?” Holder and Barack “I have a pen and a phone, and a hatred for the Constitution!” Obama. Then there is Michelle “I need to go on another all paid for vacation” Obama.

    So where do we really go from here? a small percentage of 13% of our total population is dominating our culture, our laws, our media and how we are allowed to behave.

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    • Mr. Right says:

      section 8 and other program are very dangerous and its always something I make sure I’m aware of when I move to a new location. And those programs are also full of abuse… (abuse from people with money having access to near free luxury housing, including government employee. Probably the same one that don’t pay their taxes.)

      And only 13% ? how can so ‘little’ of the population (because we are talking about a fraction oft hat 13%) can be ruining the country and have so much political power .

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      • seeingeye2 says:

        I don’t really know how section 8 works. I used to have a nurse’s aide who was a native African and she had a keen dislike for those she called “black Americans.” Several of her patients lived in section 8 houses and she had some horror stories to tell. She told of one family that consisted of several non-working members. She said they all just laid around smoking dope. She said they gave no assistance whatsoever to the elderly family member who was her patient. She said they never threw anything away. Any garbage or uneaten food they just tossed into a corner of a room. She said whenever the house filled up so that they could no longer walk through it, they would just move to another section 8 house and start all over. How is that possible? Did this nurse’s aide exaggerate? I would assume that there would be certain requirements for section 8 and leaving a house in such deplorable conditions would certainly disqualify that family for another one!!??

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        • Susan says:

          That’s the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever heard. You believed that?! lol

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        • Josh says:

          seeingeye2, I believe the story. I’ve seen, and heard, of similar stories.

          “I would assume that there would be certain requirements for section 8 and leaving a house in such deplorable conditions would certainly disqualify that family for another one!!??” Your assumptions are incorrect, my friend.


          Stories like the one in the video are many.

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      • backwoodsgirl123 says:

        White alone, percent, 2013 (a) 77.7%
        Black or African American alone, percent definition and source info Black or African American alone, percent, 2013 (a) 13.2%
        American Indian and Alaska Native alone, percent definition and source info American Indian and Alaska Native alone, percent, 2013 (a) 1.2%
        Asian alone, percent definition and source info Asian alone, percent, 2013 (a) 5.3%
        Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone, percent definition and source info Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone, percent, 2013 (a) 0.2%
        Two or More Races, percent definition and source info Two or More Races, percent, 2013 2.4%
        Hispanic or Latino, percent definition and source info Hispanic or Latino, percent, 2013 (b) 17.1%
        White alone, not Hispanic or Latino, percent definition and source info White alone, not Hispanic or Latino, percent, 2013 62.6%

        There’s your statistical breakdown for 2013.

        But remember that Biden promised to make Whites a minority…I forgot by what year that goal was.

        Here are the changes:

        Population, 2014 estimate 318,857,056
        Population definition and source info Population, 2013 estimate 316,497,531
        Population definition and source info Population, 2010 (April 1) estimates base 308,758,105

        Our population rose by 2.359,525 from 2013 to 2014.
        BUT our population rose by 7,739,426 from 2010 to 2013.

        With all of the influx of illegals I can imagine our demographics if everybody was accounted for has changed drastically.

        But yeah, Black people make up 13.2% and the media makes it sound like there’s a gazillion of them all being run roughshod over by white people.

        My daddy was listed as a negro on a Census when he was 6 yrs. old. What that means, I don’t know. Couldn’t get a straight answer from him when I asked him. The rest of the family is listed as White at the same boarding house. But I wasn’t raised by him.

        I’m a Heinz 57, and I sure don’t want to be associated with or identified with what I see in the black community today. My Stepfather was Indian and a racist. He always commented on the fact that all the black people did was whine. I used to adamantly argue with him. I had black friends at school and even tried to have one spend the night, but he told her to leave.

        I always thought he was a hateful, evil man.

        I’m older now. I’ve worked with a lot of black people. Have had to do a lot of forgiving of those black people for the hateful way they treated me, because they assumed I was white or hispanic.

        Unfortunately, those that are taking place in these riots and mobs are proving my Stepfather right. I find that I don’t have any pity for them. I’ve run out.

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      • doodahdaze says:

        Seems logical. They are over represented.

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    • woohoowee says:

      a small percentage of 13% of our total population is dominating our culture, our laws, our media and how we are allowed to behave.

      Perhaps perceptions aren’t always what they appear to be? The way I see it is that the politicians control media output and everything else flows from there. IOW politicians are controlling everything, not a small percentage of our population.

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      • woohoowee says:

        Er, uh, duh…

        politicians are a small percentage of our population. But it does seem to me that the politicians are firmly in control of pretty much everything we see transpiring.

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      • backwoodsgirl123 says:

        Biden promised to change the demographics of our nation and to make white people a minority by 2017.

        I don’t know the guy that did this video, it came up in the search so I’m hoping there is nothing offensive on it. But he also talks about what is happening in Ireland and segregation there.

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    • nivico says:

      I recall back in the late 80’s when my city was trying to figure out how to combat the high level of crime in the low income neighborhoods. One of theories being thrown around was the ‘broken windows’ mentality that low income communities were a breeding ground for criminality because there was a lack of positive role models and responsible property owners in these neighborhoods.

      So in addition to moving subsidized families out of the high crime neighborhoods and relocating them into a better neighborhood environments, they also created incentives for families to move into these neighborhoods.The city offered its employees and police officers 0% home loans if they purchased and renovated homes in low income neighborhoods, and they extended extremely low interest home loans to others as well.

      It sounded good on paper, but needless to say, the folks that moved into these neighborhoods just became targets of crime themselves… and the folks that were relocated into other neighborhoods just brought the crime and disruptive behaviors with them.

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    • Interesting… as I was just talking about this today. Someone speculated that this girl who hosted the ‘pool party’ and her mother might be living in that neighborhood under the Section 8 program. I also mentioned that we recently had some renters move into our neighborhood near me who are just plain ghetto-trashy. They leave trash in their yard, park their cars on the lawn instead of in the driveway or garage, tearing up the grass and killing the lawn, and let their pets run around the neighborhood without a leash or any supervision to defecate and urinate on everyone’s lawns. Their dogs bark at homeowners in their driveways as they come and go and enter people’s garages, etc. There are other black families next to me but they have some class and are completely decent folks. We are all homeowners though, while these trashy neighbors are renters. It never occurred to me until someone mentioned it recently that maybe they are here through the Section 8 program.

      My grandmother used to work for a Housing Authority for over 20 years. She was a supervisor and overseer of Section 8 apartment complexes and such. She would often tell me about how the women would get a Section 8 apartment and let their man/boyfriend/baby daddy live there too, against regulations – that they would lie about it. Then, of course, any income he made would not affect her ability to receive the free rent, etc. She would always say, “These women do not shave their legs or underarms, so if you ever find a razor or shaving cream in the bathroom, you know they have a man living there with them.”

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  18. sundance says:

    If you go back to Tatiana Rhodes professional cv you’ll note the aspect of providing “Dime girl” models as part of her promotional “party” package.

    If you spend any time looking through the social profiles of the people in/around the events of the past several days you’ll note a lifestyle that is not dissimilar to what was previously seen in Trayvon and co.

    What you’ll also see is that their parents are, in a general sense, unaware of what their kids – especially their daughters- are doing within that social circle.

    Back to the June 19th promotional event of Tatiana Rhodes. “Make it Clapp 2” – this is in reference to “twerking”, making your butt cheeks clap during inappropriate dance (inappropriate as defined by age and non-minor status)

    If you put it all together, and look at how Tatiana, Grace, Dajerria and Jahda all connect – what you will find is that Grace Stone (14), Dajerria Becton (15), Jahda Bakari (13) are the “models” or “dime girls” that Tatiana is selling as part of her party package. MakeItClapp2.

    Dajerria (15) on twitter profiles selling the tickets with the same ferocity and interest as Tatiana Rhodes (20) herself.

    Not prostitution, per se’, but more along the lines of sexual exploitation for profit. $5 in advance, and $8 at the event.

    …. and the media is worried about what the cop is doing?

    Go figure.

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    • famousprince says:

      Yes, very strange to overlook the disturbing behavior of the minors. I would also like to suggest something pretty terrible, and maybe I’m out on a limb, but some black commenters in interviews and social media have stated “at least this time no one was shot” or “thank goodness no one was shot this time”. Sometimes people say the opposite of what they mean. Might there be some regret here that it really amounts to nothing, just a little bit of rough housing by a hyper cop. Will be very hard to keep this one rolling in the media machine.

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      • Kitty Smith says:

        Casebolt played right into their hands by resigning.

        I don’t doubt for a minute that many of the jabbering BGI regret that nobody was shot or nothing bad happened to anyone. That is their sustenance.

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    • Sassy says:

      Some alternate definitions in the Urban Dictionary for “make it clap” involve more than just twerking. Without being too graphic, it’s not only two cheeks clapping together while dancing,it can also refer to other body parts of person #2 clapping against the cheeks of person #1 during sex. It would behoove the local police to look into exactly what these “models” do/did at these parties. If there are lawsuits in the offing, then discovery should be interesting. Mega-kudos to all for your excellent work in exposing the truth.

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      Thank you Sd. You have the words!! This hip-hop culture is about sexuality of females, and dancing and having a party, and $$$. (Even some of these girls have no idea what their getting into) This hip-hop click that they’re promoting uses the phrase “models.”
      A lot of these girls are posting seductive pictures (with or without the body for it) and dreaming of being models.

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      • woohoowee says:

        Which makes the hypocrisy of the 2012 democrat meme “War on Women” even more absurd. Think there will be a campaign with Hitlery or feminists to “Save the Girls From Hip Hop Exploitation!”? Think Michelle will come out with a twit like “Get Our Girls Back From Hip Hop!”?

        Nope, neither did I.

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    • Ziiggii says:

      This is really really sad SD! When lovely asked above what models would do at a party, my reply was what I know/heard through others of the type of “other things” models are hired for. If this ends up being true….. there needs to be some real outrage directed at mother and daughter! A new form of child exploitation that needs the light of day

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      • franker01 says:

        Yes but there will be no outrage directed at them because the DOJ won’t do it and the MSM won’t do it and the BGI won’t do it and the Chief of Police obviously won’t do it. In fact, any outrage would be directed at the Big Bad Conservative People who smeared the reputations of these Innocent Little Black Female Victims.

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    • Mr. Right says:

      And Grace Stone father seem to be encouraging her 14 year old daughter to be a ‘model’ in those twerking parties that last till 1am… There is another reality out there that I don’t want to understand.

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    • McGuffin says:

      Thank you for clarifying. The more I learn the more I Thank God that I was raised and lived most of my life during a time where people were morally decent and 99.9% of the Country was not vulgar.

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  19. The Furred Reich says:

    Looks like the truth is finally coming out. Thanks for posting this.

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  20. 180daysofkindergarten says:

    I wondered if that’s what “dime” meant when I first read the poster. I thought I just had a dirty mind/ This could happen anywhere. I hope those residents don’t back down. This is crazy. Makes you wonder how prevalent and how far this (what looks like) exploitation goes.

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  21. Here’s a version of events you won’t hear anywhere else. A large group of teens, black and white, were promised a pool party, but no one told the community who owned the pool that was part of the plan. A daughter and mother hooked kids into coming and it got out of control and when multi-racial residents asked the mob to leave their pool, things got ugly. The propaganda begins from there. The pool owners must have been racist, must have resorted to violence, the police overreacted, an innocent bikini clad girl minding her own business was simply voicing her concern for her fellow mobsters, the officer overreacted by asking the girls to leave and not risk getting arrested, and the horrors of asking 4 boys to sit on the grass and get stains on their bathing suits. I’d like to know how many kids were beat with night sticks, how many were blown over by fire hoses, how many noses were broken, how many were kicked or shot. Maybe the police should just stay in the office from now on. Has the entire USA gone mad?

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  22. Piper says:

    Just like to point out that the “threatening fist” is the young man holding his baseball cap. And even is he was considering getting involved , what kind of person would NOT react while watching a grown man shove a girls face into the ground as she cries and asks for her mom ???

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    • stella says:

      Just like to point out that the police officer saw two men approaching him, and didn’t know what was in the man’s fist. He had no way of knowing what was the intent of the two men – possibly to grab him and/or his weapon? Remember Michael Brown? That’s exactly what he tried to do.

      It is very easy to watch a video clip of an incident, not having seen all of what transpired before the short period of time in the clip, and leisurely examine every little thing in still shots with all the time in the world, then make a determination based on what you think you see. As they say, hindsight is 20/20.

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    • Director says:

      They were positioning themselves to sucker punch the cop.

      I’ve seen these moves personally.

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      • Right. They were, at the very least, running up on the cop to try to intimidate him.

        The ‘reach behind’ guy was on Nightline last night being interviewed and he couldn’t have possibly been more favorably covered. He said he was actually slipping on the wet grass or mud as he ran over and I guess grabbing his saggy pants. I believe him when he says he slipped but he was still charging up to a cop trying to do his job. Does anyone believe he WASN’T trying to be menacing? All charges dropped against him.

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    • pspsst says:

      You’re assuming he is right handed. I will often hold items in my non-dominant hand in order to free up my dominant to do the more difficult tasks. The arrested perp faked holding a gun with his dominant hand. He approached close enough to the officer rapidly approaching him too, during a take down of another persistently aggravating person. The girl can be characterized as openly hostile and WANTING TO BE ARRESTED because she would not leave the scene of commotion when given the verbal chance by the same officer. The other boys were down on the grass voluntarily. She persisted in her presence RILING up the other girls. This is a danger. Again, she was given a chance to leave the area safely by the cop. She CHOSE not to leave. She CHOSE to keep the other girls present too. She KNEW EXACTLY what she was doing. The officer would not know her age. I believe I read that her family has links to BGI so this was NO INNOCENT girl.

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    • I would NOT react while watching a grown man shove a girls face into the ground as she cries and asks for her mom if that grown man were a police officer with a gun.
      I certainly would not in the context of events as outlined by all of the facts now known about this day in this location.
      I certainly would not in the context of that same girl having basically made a huge nuisance of herself towards that same officer, and therefore was putting herself in a position of having to be forced into compliance.
      Most of the other teenagers had already left or already complied. All without being argumentative, aggressive, or bitchy.

      It’s really not difficult to understand what to do in this kind of situation that won’t result in a negative outcome. All but a small number of the people in the video seem to understand what they should or should not do.

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    • shipley130 says:

      Same “girl” that was acting like a big grown up, promoting parties where she should be promoting parties? You might want to listen to what that “girl” was saying again.

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  23. shipley130 says:

    After watching these videos, I wouldn’t label this as a “minor” incident. There are mobs that are clearly aggressive towards the few police that were on scene. There were people that were clearly ready to assault officers. Regardless of the situation of people knowing what the deal was regarding the private pool area, when cops tell you to go over to the public area in this kind of situation, you don’t stand there and argue. What is better, have your “fun” day interrupted because you are somewhere you actually shouldn’t be or get tased because you are ignorant of the situation?

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  24. Les says:

    For all the Texas visitors:

    https://www.facebook.com/redguardsaustin

    We need to stop this. WE need to stop this. It’s on US.

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  26. Drew Winters says:

    To make all this even MORE sickening, the girl in the yellow bikini has an Uncle Marvin Barkari has set up a fund raiser on the Internet to help pay for mental & physical distress, (scrapes & bruises) & legal fees. New get rich quick for the millennium. Throw a party.Immediately trash it. Call the cops.Stub your toe while mouthing off,sue & start a donation fund. Sick…just sick.

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  27. BigMamaTEA says:

    Before this got to one of “our girls” this had been retweeted a gazillion times, but this was posted in April of this year by one of our girls. Let’s see, was that Baltimore then?

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  28. Mike M says:

    Let me preface this by saying I am a registered democrat, who considers himself to be fairly moderate, and often disagrees vehemently with what is on this website. That being said, myself and a number of my friends who’s political beliefs align with mine have discussed this situation, and all have come to a similar conclusion. That conclusion is one that sides more with the viewpoint of this website, than the garbage being shoved down our throats by the mainstream media, which is just trying to sell papers, and get their viewership elevated. I will say that this article is clearly nowhere near unbiased, but it does shine a light on numerous issues with regard to the situation before the police arrived, which are being conveniently omitted by mainstream media (which seems to thrive on any story that involves race relations). The biggest issue I have with what is currently being reported, is the fact that the young man dropped into a common fighting stance and put his hand behind his back, yet the media is crucifying Officer Casebolt for drawing his gun “without being prompted to at all”. In summation Officer Casebolt should still have his job. And I have to say (without going into detail because i don’t want to write a book) the political activists rushing into town, who clearly don’t know the facts based on the interview video, and from what i can tell couldn’t pass a 7th grade English class for the most part, are lunatics.

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  29. Big T says:

    It seems the more drama the journalist and news media can fit into their story the better. Drama, racism, or anything misleading is ok. Whatever it takes to be in the top ratings. The kid that videoed this event says “They (the police) went right by me, like I was invisible”. Why wouldn’t they? He is obviously not doing anything wrong. He is standing there recording with a phone in his hand, not disobeying any orders, barely even speaking! And I have a question, if this is truly racially motivated, exactly where are the Hispanic, white, Asian, or mixed kids that needed to be put to the ground? All of them are either across the street, standing calmly. why would the officer go to them when they are obeying the orders they were given? The video clearly shows two black boys sitting in the grass after being told the SECOND time to sit down. He didn’t even touch them. Had it been a racist act, wouldn’t he have gotten physical with them? Another question I have is if these kids were from the neighborhood as the party promoter has stated, why were they jumping the fence to get in the pool instead of using their card pass?

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  32. Julian says:

    All I’ve got to say is that I really really wish these things would happen to YOUR kids and let’s see how your reaction makes a 180.

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