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2022.12.20 20:21 After-Celebration-11 Gross and Egregious Misapplication of Law Applied to Black Persons (Particularly Black Women) - Leilla Hammoud's Arrest at Winston Salem University
I am a concerned US Citizen writing to you from the depths of my existence pleading to you to stunt what I believe could be the resurgence of Jim Crow, in which separate laws and statutes are applied to black people and a different set of laws are applied to other cultures of non-ethnic origin. What I have witnessed in the last several days is truly a shocking and egregious resurgence of the mentality that once stirred Jim Crow and if this mentality is not checked, could bring on a total resurgence of Jim Crow. I am writing to you today about the young black female student who was arrested for not apologizing to her white professor at Winston Salem University located in North Carolina. This racist professor, Cynthia Villagomez, willingfully and maliciously weaponized law enforcement against this innocent student and by doing so, placed her life, liberty, sanity and professional future at a significant risk. With the history of killings of innocent black children and black people by the police, it was out of malicious intent that Professor Villagomez used law enforcement to intimidate, degrade and kill the morale of this student, Leilla Hammoud. There needs to be some deep investigation into the views, beliefs and ideals this professor holds against minority students because anyone viewing this incident with a rational mind would see that this Professor overstepped her authority when she decided to call the police on a student for not apologizing to her. What is more shocking and shameful is the statement that Winston Salem's Chancellor put out stating that these egregious acts by this professor was not an attack or weaponization of law enforcement on this student. There needs to be some serious repercussions for a teacher who puts a student's life at risk in this way and Winston Salem University would never be viewed the same again after this incident. Future black students would hear about this incident and will decide not to attend this school because Winston Salem University apparently supports this gross weaponization of law enforcement against a student who is valedictorian of her class. This fact urges me to wonder if this was an illicit attempt by this racist professor to destroy this young student's chance of graduation and future success. It is obvious this professor is intimidated by intelligent young black women and such an instructor exists only to serve as an obstacle to the creativity, personal and academic development of each and every student at that school. If we were to break this down legally and some things that deeply concerned me during this arrest is that this student was NEVER read her Miranda rights prior to her arrest. Although it is not required before an arrest in North Carolina, this precludes a decent arrest informing the arrestee of his/her rights. Additionally, it appears that the white officer decided to arrest this student while the black officer was having a discussion with the student. What was the deciding factor that caused her arrest? This was an egregious, gross misapplication of law onto a citizen. No crime was committed. No matter how much the student hurt the professors' feelings or embarrassed her, this is not a crime. There was no warrant for her arrest nor was there probable cause leading to her arrest. This white male officer abused his authority by arresting an innocent student for no crime was committed. The student did not threaten, harm, or hurt the professor in any way. It is something excruciatingly evil and cruel to put a student's life at risk and possibly destroy her professional future simply because she did not apologize to you. This professor was not in fear of her safety or life. This professor saw this young intelligent black woman as a threat and only out of a racist mentality can someone perceive a young intelligent black woman who is not threatening, harming, hurting but only stating her opinions as a threat. This professor was angered by the fact that this young lady had her own opinions and it is obvious that as valedictorian, this young lady displays high intelligence. This white professor was threatened by this student's intelligence, it was not her words that threatened this professor, it was her intelligence. Thus, this professor decided to call the police on a young lady who challenged her in a way she thought she should not be challenged. Again, this is no crime. Please view the video below and do your own research. You will see this kind of misjustice cannot continue to happen or all black students will never be allowed to challenge professors, especially white professors and the learning that occurs during debate and challenge will be hampered for these students. I am disappointed that Winston Salem being an HBCU would support this gross behavior by a professor. This school obviously needs to vet its professors more closely. Teachers can be wrong. They are not GOD. Students are people too and are entitled to exercise their civil rights and God given rights. This was a civil rights violation because the United Constitution affirms Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness for anyone who does not violate the law
. It can readily be proven that Lelia Hammoud did not violate the law when she screamed at her teacher after being screamed at, chose to stay in her classroom after being asked to leave, which she refused, and did not resist arrest, as shown in the video, and did not display disorderly conduct. She was only responding to the misjustice of her false arrest and at that time was screaming, which by the way is not against the law. Thus, since this student did not violate law, she should not have been arrested and thus her arrest constitutes a FALSE ARREST
. She did not break the law, there was no probable cause, and there was no warrant for her arrest. Thus this student's 4th Amendment civil rights were violated. What exactly was this student arrested for?
I perceived that she was allegedly arrested for disorderly conduct, not leaving the room when asked, or resisting arrest. From the video, it doesn't appear at all that this student was resisting arrest. She was understandably upset because she was under false arrest. As far as disorderly conduct, what part of her behavior was disorderly, stating that she will stay in the room when ASKED to leave the room? When a person is ASKED to do something, it is exactly that a request, NOT a DEMAND. Being asked gives the student a perception that there is a choice between two different actions and she chose to stay in the classroom. The professor did NOT demand she leave the room and if she did, not leaving the room is not a crime and what gives the professor the right to expel a student from a classroom simply because she will not apologize to her? It appears from the other students that this teacher was also screaming at the student and the student retorted in the same tone. Even in a self defense case, the victim is justified if they respond with a similar response near the same level of intensity that they are being threatened with, thus merely screaming back at the teacher after she was yelled at does not constitute disorderly conduct and does not constitute arrest. This student's behavior was totally non threatening. Why wasn't the teacher arrested for screaming if the student was arrested for merely screaming after being screamed at? This professor was an ABSOLUTE Karen that called the police on an innocent student simply to mock the student, embarrass the student, show the student that she has power over the student and that the student needs to submit to the professor's every whim. This is a misuse of authority as a Professor and it is wasteful resources of law enforcement. To Atty Jim O'Neill, I respectfully request that you drop any charges against this student. You already probably know this case has no merit and it is a senseless weaponization of law against a student because a professor's ego was bruised. This is NOT how the law is supposed to work. I hope you agree that your time should be spent prosecuting cases against those who actually broke the law. It is Professor Cynthia Villagomez that should be arrested for wasteful resources of the Law enforcement's time and resources. That student and her mother have every right to bring about a lawsuit for civil rights violations and false arrest against the police department, Winston Salem University as well as that professor. Remember, the video (that has gone global) is a key piece of evidence, everyone has seen what happened. In civil cases, the burden is less than a criminal case, based on the preponderance of the evidence the plaintiff must prove that this student was falsely arrested and I do not believe that it would be difficult for a jury to find that this was the case. It is time to eliminate the karens in this society and prevent them from misusing their authority, wasting law enforcement resources, and weaponizing law enforcement against persons of color. Woman Tried to Return a Lost Credit Card, Detroit Police Accused Her of Stealing It (msn.com) 82-year-old woman arrested for not paying $77 trash bill - ABC News (go.com) Video: Winston Salem State Student Arrested Over White Professor (newsone.com) Winston-Salem State University responds after viral video of student, law enforcement officer spreads on social media FOX8 WGHP (myfox8.com)
My daughter just graduated from high school and Winston Salem was on her (and her friends) list of choice of colleges to attend but not anymore. It will be over my dead body that my daughter will attend that travesty joke (Winston Salem) of an HBCU to allow white racist professors to call the police on innocent black students simply for disagreeing with a professor. In North Carolina, false imprisonment is the illegal restraint of a person against his or her will
. Fundamentally, a cause of action for false imprisonment is based on the deprivation of one’s liberty without any legal process. As such, the essential elements under this theory include: (1) the illegal restraint of a person, (2) by force or threat of force, and (3) without the other person’s consent (or against their will).
False arrest is an arrest made without a warrant or probable cause. False arrest is a form of false imprisonment conducted by a party who claims to have authority to make the arrest. It can be had against law enforcement, but false arrest is more commonly prosecuted against private security firms. What Constitutes a False Arrest?
State and federal statutes specify what is considered a false arrest. In general, you are a victim of false arrest when someone claiming to have the authority to arrest you places you under arrest against your will without “probable cause”. Probable cause is the legal term used to describe a state of facts that lead a reasonable person to assume a crime has been committed. If you were placed under arrest and had not committed a crime, then you most likely have a case. What Laws Protect the Public from False Arrest?
Laws are in place to protect citizens from false arrest. Most states consider false arrest a form of false imprisonment. Typical false imprisonment laws require that you are imprisoned against your will in a way that restricts your liberty to move about freely. Some states do require injury as a result of the imprisonment, but the injury can be physical, emotional or financial. Federal law takes false arrest a step further than state law. Under federal law, a false arrest is considered a direct violation of your 4th Amendment right. The 4th Amendment states, “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.” The 4th Amendment exists to protect citizens from false arrest. When your 4th Amendment right is violated, you can collect damages for the violation under Title 42 section 1983 of the U.S. Code. This law states that when anyone holding a government position deprives a civilian of one of their Constitutional or statutory rights, then that state representative is liable for their actions. How Serious Does the False Arrest Have to be?
Police officers are people too, and can make mistakes regarding who they arrest. The court realized this, and placed three requirements in the law for determining if the false arrest warrants a violation of the 4th Amendment. The first requirement is that the officer used force or show of authority to restrain the citizen. This means that the person who arrests you must claim to be an officer or to have the authority to arrest you. An example of meeting this first requirement would be a deputized police officer arresting a shoplifter. The second requirement is that the you must believe that you are not free to leave. This means that you must feel you have no choice except to do what the officer asks. For example, if the officer places you in handcuffs or locks you in a room then you obviously are not free to leave. But if the officer asks you to come voluntarily or mentions that you are not under arrest, then you may have a difficult time proving false arrest. The third requirement is that the officer intentionally restricted your freedom of movement without probable cause. In other words, the officer meant to arrest you knowing that there was no legitimate reason to arrest you. Some other false arrests that occurred lately against black women were an 89 year old elderly woman was arrested for not paying her gas bill. This was also racial discrimination if other white tenants were never arrested for not paying their bills. Also, a black good woman samaritan does the right thing and returns lost credit cards and was accused by the police of stealing the credit cards. I beseech you to do something about this travesty. Thank you.A concerned citizen
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