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As written in the page by T47N: Do you remember Amy Cooper? The woman who called police officers on an African American man by name of Christian Cooper, no relation, after Chris asked her to put her dog on a leash in an area requiring dogs to be on leashes.\nMs Cooper, age 40, apparently got offended and threatened to call police on Mr Cooper, who recorded their encounter as Amy went ahead to make the false call.\nThe incident took place at the Ramble, Central Park New York on May 25 2020, incidentally, the same day that the Minneapolis Police killed George Floyd.\nHello and welcome to my channel. Have you subscribed? \nThank you.\nOn this prosecuting edition of “Why They Trended”, it’s all about the reactions that followed the revelation that Amy Cooper actually made two false 911 calls to try to get Christian Cooper into police trouble.\nHere is a video of the call that Christian released following the encounter at the Ramble.\nOn July 6 2020, the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office released a statement to inform the public that it has \”initiated prosecution of Amy Cooper for Falsely Reporting an Incident in the Third Degree.\”\nThe Office while encouraging \”anyone who has been the target of false reporting to contact\” the DA’s Office also informed the public that a Desk Appearance Ticket was issued to Amy Cooper for arraignment on October 14, 2020.\”\nA new statement released by the DA’s Office on the date indicated that Amy Cooper actually made two 911 calls on the day.\nThe statement reads in part: “As alleged in the complaint, Amy Cooper engaged in racist criminal conduct in a previously unreported second call with a 911 dispatcher. Fortunately, no one was injured or killed in the police response to Ms. Cooper’s hoax. \n\n“Our Office will pursue a resolution of this case which holds Ms. Cooper accountable while healing our community, restoring justice, and deterring others from perpetuating this racist practice.\n \n\nThe statement adds: “Ms. Cooper called 911 and told a NYPD dispatcher that a Black male was threatening her inside the Central Park Ramble. “In a previously unreported second phone call, Ms. Cooper repeated the accusation and added that the man ‘tried to assault her.’\n“When responding officers arrived, Ms. Cooper admitted that the male had not tried to assault or come into contact with her. \nNot surprisingly, the knowledge that Am Cooper made not one call but two calls to falsely accuse an African American man has elicited considerable outrage on social media, which got Amy Cooper to trend on the US Twitter trend on the morning of Wednesday, October 14 2020.\n\n“So now we find out that Amy Cooper not only made the call we saw saying that she was being threatened in central park, but she also made a second 911 call saying he’d assaulted her, write Twitter user @JarrettHill. “What if Christian hadn’t filmed it? \”He’d be in jail for attacking her,” he adds.\nIn Twitterer @AdrienneLaw opinion, “The fact that she made TWO false 911-calls undoubtedly confirms that this woman was invested in ensuring an innocent Black man was charged with an offense he did not commit. \”I have no sympathy whatsoever for Amy Cooper.”\n\nDerrick Lewis who uses the handle @Derrick_MSU_106 believes Amy Cooper’s actions equate to “dedication to racism.”\nAs it were, ABC7 reports that following her brief appearance in court on Wednesday October 14 2020, Amy Cooper’s lawyers are working to get her a plea bargain that will see her perform some community service work. \nShe has also been ordered to return to court on November 17, when a possible plea arrangement would expect to be finalized. \nMeanwhile, the Manhattan District Attorney CyrusVance has assured the public that “Our Office is committed to safety, justice, and anti-racism, and we will hold people who make false and racist 911 calls accountable.” It is worth noting that in the aftermath of the viral video, Amy was let go by her employers. she also temporarily lost custody of her dog.\nAmy Cooper’s call could have had a tragic outcome. One could argue that the first call may have been made in the heat of the moment. But there is really no way to justify the second call, it was unconscionable. The Manhattan DA’s office did well to prosecute this case. Hopefully it would serve as a deterrent to others to abstain from making false calls that could have tragic consequences, and which take away police resources and time from where they are actually needed. With that, I conclude this prosecuting edition of “Why They Trended” brought to you by T47N.\nThank you for watching.\nLike my video, subscribe to my channel and click on the bell icon to know when future videos are released.\nSee you soon but meanwhile, stay safe.
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