A woman who threatened a black child violated the law

Dover, New Hampshire (AP) — A court ruled Wednesday that a New Hampshire woman violated state civil rights law by calling a black child for racial injuries and threatening to kneel on her neck. I gave it.

Dover’s Christina Graper, 51, was accused of threatening a nine-year-old child in May after accidentally breaking his son’s toy in a local park. She was indicted by the Civil Rights Unit of the Justice Secretary of the Strafford County High Court, and her actions were motivated by the race of the victims and intended to terrorize or force him. I concluded.

Grapers who do not have a race listed in the complaint are prohibited from contacting the boy or his family or coming within 250 feet of them. She was also given a $ 2,500 civil punishment, and everything except $ 500 was suspended as she followed.

Graper did not provide an answer to the Attorney General’s complaint. The phone number listed for her lawyer has been disconnected.

According to the complaint, the encounter afflicted the child and understood that the comment was a reference to George Floyd’s murder last year. He heard her words and began to cry and was afraid to return to the park. And “only when they are there to help other children keep him safe”.

Millions of people watched footage of Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, kneeling around his neck until a Minneapolis police officer stopped breathing, asking for air. Former police officer Derek Chauvin was convicted in April of murder and manslaughter due to Floyd’s death.