Female Victim & Host Speak Out After Teens Get Slammed By Police At Community Pool Party

Dajerria Becton, seen getting slammed on the ground by a police officer on a video that everyone is talking about, is speaking out. 

Becton had on only her bikini when McKinney Police Corporal Eric Casebolt grabbed her and pinned her down - in a startling incident caught on camera.

The officer arrived at the party due to reports of an racial argument among Craig Ranch North Community Pool guests. According to reports, the fight started when one woman insulted the black people who were there and told them to go back to public housing. 

The host of the party says she invited a group of friends of ALL races. When the white women at the pool started telling the teens to go back to public housing, white friends within the group stood up for the black friends. But once police arrived, it seemed only the black and Hispanic teens were targeted..

 It is said that victim Dejaerria Becton, who was an invited guest, was asked to walk away and leave. It seems that when her and her friends debated with him on why they didn't want to leave, the officer then slammed her to the ground. 

'He grabbed me, twisted my arm on my back and shoved me in the grass and started pulling the back of my braids. I was telling him to get off me because my back was hurting bad.'





The teenager, who said she had not been involved in the fight, said she hopes officials take the incident seriously.

'Him getting fired is not enough,'

 she said.


Daily Mail-- 
Corporal Casebolt, who has served ten years on the force, was named on Sunday as the officer seen in the video. He has now been placed on administrative leave while an investigation is carried out, officials said.

The unarmed teenager is heard on the video screaming: 'Call my momma! Call my momma! Oh God.'

As Casebolt struggles to maintain control, he is also seen pulling out his gun at two boys.

Seems the teens were afraid that they would end up to be added on to the list of police killing victims...

'I felt like he was actually getting ready to hurt someone,'

 one witness, 13-year-old Jahda Bakari, added to KTVT.

'They were trying to make us leave, but if we ran, they'd chase after us, and if we stayed, then they'd arrest us.'


What would you do if you or your child was in this situation?

Watch the video of the incident below:





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