I’m still disturbed by the incident that occurred on Nov. 13, 2013. Charda Gregory, a black hairdresser in Detroit had her sew-in weave cut and ripped from her scalp during a police arrest by policewoman Warren Police Officer Bernadette Najor while the other officers strapped her to a chair and watched. The video of the incident went viral and Najor has since been terminated and arrested while the other officers are currently under investigation for their actions (or lack thereof) during the confrontation.
It started with Ms. Gregory being arrested for being combative in a local motel, but by the time she was in the police station she was calm. Although she was visibly intoxicated or under the influence of something, she did not resist any of the officers while in custody. After being pushed by white female officer, Bernadette Najor—a 10-year police veteran, her fellow officer dragged Ms. Gregory to the restraining chair and Najor forcibly cut and ripped the weave out of Ms. Gregory’s hair. It was all caught on a non-audio tape and Ms. Gregory is clearly in agony from the assault.
You can read the rest of my post over at Naturallycurly.com:
Letting you know how I feel Naturals,