On Saturday afternoon, Keyon Harrold, a prominent jazz musician, and his 14-year-old son walked into the lobby of the Arlo, a boutique hotel in SoHo where they were staying, when they were accosted by an angry hostile white woman they had never seen before. The white woman falsely accused the teenager of taking her phone in the video, which fueled concerns about racial profiling. It was shared by the teenager’s father, a prominent jazz musician.
These ongoing false accusations frequently made by white-caucasian women in America has risen to a new height since 2016, immediately after trump’s election victory. These white women make these false accusations knowing that they will never be held accountable and they are also banking on the racist nature of the police.. In other words, these white women are weaponizing their racism and using the police force to implement their racist agendas.
While ist a crime to make false statements to the police, these white women are never arrested nor charge for their false allegations. These wanton disregard for the law once again reaffirm the two-tier American legal system.
Keyon Harrold, a prominent jazz musician stated, “I wonder what would happen if it were different if it were a Black woman and there was a white 14-year-old,” .
Afro World News correspondent reached out to Arlo hotel manager and the racist white women, but both declined to respond nor answer any questions.
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