- Wait, wait, wait. He has not done anything.
It screamed, the british sprinter Bianca Williams on Saturday, when she, together with her boyfriend - the Portuguese sprinter Ricardo dos Santos had been stopped in the couple's car outside their home in London.
Here was the dos Santos namely ordered out of several cops and the with it same kept back and placed in handcuffs.
It was Williams, who sat in the back seat with the couple's three-month-old son, to open the door and asseverate girlfriend's innocence.
Not that it helped. For it ended with the fact, that she also was placed in handcuffs and was told that the officers would search the car for weapons and drugs.
They found nothing.
The two were on their way home from training - they are both trained by the former supersprinter Linford Christie - and although it looks out violently, and Bianca Williams also crying the while, so she can a few days later to tell that it's actually happened before to Richardo dos Santos.
A large posse of cops investigating the couple's Mercedes. Photo: Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix
And it certainly hangs together with the color of his skin.
It's always the same with Ricardo.
- They think that he is driving a stolen car or have smoked marijuana.
- It is a racial profiling. The way they talked to Ricardo on, as if he was a scum or dung on their shoes, was shocking. It was terrible to look at, says Bianca Williams for The Times.
Ricardo dos Santos, according to Williams gradually, unfortunately, is becoming accustomed to it, can today tell what it was that the pair was placed in handcuffs
- They told me that I had been 'suspicious'. They suspected that I had weapons, and when they pulled me out of the car, they said that they could smell marijuana.
- Curiously enough, for I have never smoked. I have never had hash on me. I have never taken any kinds of drugs, says Richardo dos Santos.
Ricardo dos Santos (25) and Bianca Williams (26) are both successful sprinters with several international medals in the luggage. Photo: Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix
Coach Linford Christie, via its sprinter-merits in the 1980's and 90's still has a great voice in the Uk, hit after the arrest out violently after the Metropolitan Police, which according to him appeared clearly racist.
pic.twitter.com/u7fQxExo8P— Linford Christie (@ChristieLinford) July 4, 2020
'It is not the first time it happens (for the second time in two months), and I'm sure that it will not be the last time. But this type of abuse of power and institutionalized racism can no longer be accepted or considered as normal', he wrote on Twitter.
Politikommandør Helen Harper at Scotland Yard, explains that, according to the police is not something to come after.
- I understand the concern, when such things happen, and how it may look, when a part of it is filmed out of context.
- because of the concern, we have initiated a review of the episode. It involves footage shown on social media and footage from the baby's camera of the ushers.
- We are satisfied that there is any kind of inappropriate behavior, she says.
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