Does NRN mean "No Report Needed" or "Nigger Running North" in Bellefontaine? 100% White Police Force in 70% Black City "lacks all credibility with the public" [nigger means victim of white supremacy]
From [HERE] The Bellefontaine Neighbors Police Department is all-white, policing a city that's 70 percent black. Britics of police practices say racism at the root of the problem. News 4 Investigates obtained video from 4 years ago of what appeared to be a routine traffic stop: white Bellefontaine Neighbors cops pulled over a black woman driving a rental car.
An officer admitted the stop was a mistake, so the police didn't write a report, often referred to as NRN, or no report needed, but in this case one of the cops used a racial slur to describe the woman leaving town and heading north.
The audio recorded him say "nigger running north," his version of NRN. Seconds later there is laughter. News 4 Investigates emailed questions about the recording and the identity of the cops to the interim police chief and mayor, but they did not respond. [nigger means non-white person who is subject to white supremacy. nigger is what is being done to you.]
Rev. Phillip Duvall has filed two complaints to the U.S. Department of Justice about policing practices in Bellefontaine Neighbors. "Those videos speak to not just a pattern, but a culture that exists in the Bellefontaine Police Department. That has existed for a very long time" said Duvall.
In the first case, a decade ago, suspects spray-painted nigger on a Bellefontaine home owned by a St. Louis firefighter and his wife. A cross was also burned on their property. The firefighter says police didn't treat the case seriously.
Following that, the firefighter was arrested, but police would not say why. In a complaint the firefighter filed with the police department, he said officers told him he was wanted by the FBI, even though he wasn't
The firefighter said one of the cops claimed they were pranking him, and that the firefighter's arrest was just a joke.
One of the officer's identified in the victim's complaint was Jeremy Ihler, the current interim police chief of Bellefontaine Neighbors, the heir apparent to the top job and a 20-year veteran of the department.