Princeton University professor says racism played a part in her traffic stop
A black Princeton University professor who played the race card over a traffic stop ought to be ashamed of herself. African American Studies professor Imani Perry was driving on a suspended license after having two unpaid parking tickets and a warrant out for her arrest. A police officer caught her doing 67 mph in a 45 zone, 22 mph over the limit. How dare he stop her and do his job, right? That seems to be Perry's attitude. She was quoted as saying, "The fact of my blackness is not incidental to this matter."
Hysterical thing to say because Imani Perry is the only person who seems to have been thinking about the color of her skin during this incident. The Mercer County Prosecutor's office has found that not only should the two officers in this incident not be criticized, they feel they should be commended.
If you take the time to watch the raw dashcam footage of the stop above, you'll see some of the most professional, courteous, friendliest police work ever done, only to have this race baiter turn around and claim improper treatment. Get over yourself Perry.