Over the weekend, news has spread about a pool party in Texas in which the police were called, which resulted in teens being handled roughly by the responding officers.

Neighbors CALL POLICE To A Texas Suburb . . . When They Learn That A Family . . . Invited 'TOO MANY BLACK PEOPLE” to Their POOL PARTY!! #BlackLivesMatter# - For The FULL STORY - Click HERE - bit.ly/1FI1ekZ

Posted by Mediatakeout on Sunday, June 7, 2015

 

We've all seen this video, but here's a first-hand account of the events that led to the officers being called to the location.

The HOST Of The POOL PARTY In McKinney Texas SPEAKS OUT . . . There Were A LOT Of Misconceptions About What REALLY HAPPENED . . . And She Clears It ALL UP!! (FULL Story WITH FACTS Here - bit.ly/1FKRBBX)

Posted by Mediatakeout on Monday, June 8, 2015

 

For starters, I can remember living in an apartment complex, where there were rules concerning the community pool.  If there was a violation of the rules that caused me to not be able to use the pool in comfort, I would have caused the apartment management.  THAT is what should have happened first in this case.  If apartment management was unable to rectify the situation, THEN management should have called the police.

We all know that we live in a day and age where being a spectator is almost a necessity. So, telling female bystanders to leave while handling the young men is almost an unreasonable request.... Especially if none of them did anything wrong but were accosted because of disgruntled residents, although they were invited to a gathering by another resident.

All the responding officers had to do was approach the party, find out who was in charge, and have them to end the party if necessary.  To chase behind children is absurd. To have a child pinned to the ground with a knee in her back is ridiculous! Sadly, because they can't walk in our shoes, I don't think they're ever going to get it.