A Washington man accused of hate crime after threatening a black classmate and being involved in a daughter’s brawl to chase him off school grounds

A Washington man identified as William Cunningham was accused of a felony hate crime after throwing a racial slur in a video footage after threatening a black student involved in a quarrel between his daughter and his boyfriend. increase.

The incident in the suburbs of Seattle, Monroe, Washington, occurred on November 10, almost two months ago. when Caucasian Cunningham’s daughter squeezed a black male student friend in the hallway.

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According to records obtained at the station, the young man later confronted Cunningham’s daughter and her boyfriend in the school parking lot.

The incident became physical, and he then grabbed his boyfriend’s shirt, allegedly intimidated and his boyfriend pushed a young man. The daughter reportedly hit the young man with a water bottle.

After their first quarrel was over and the black student was still talking to a friend nearby, the daughter made a video call to her father and walked to the black student so that he could see his face. It is said that it was.

The video footage captured the father threatening to kill and told the young man: [expletive] All you [N-word] Up. If I meet you, I’ll kill you, “said another racial explosive, a court document.

“He said he was a white cracker, and he [expletive] All you [N-word] Up. Do you want to act ignorantly? “According to court records, she said. She addressed her boyfriend and added: [expletive] Now in his mouth. “

and statementDuring their investigation, Monroe police revealed that Cunningham and his daughter had gone to the black student’s office and followed him for 20 minutes. The two were finally banned from establishment.

Cunningham reportedly acknowledged the claim. He will be sued in the Snohomish County Superior Court on January 19.

Earlier this week, the school district issued a statement acknowledging the case, stating: “It’s scary for someone, especially an adult, to threaten one of our students in this way. There’s no room for hatred in the Monroe school district. Measures to prevent anyone threatening students or staff from accessing the school’s site. I will take. “

After that, the victim transferred to school.

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