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US News Indictment of a woman who invented her assault by a black man in Central Park

01:17  07 july  2020
01:17  07 july  2020 Source:   france24.com

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The white woman who called police on a black man in Central Park during an encounter involving her unleashed dog has been fired from her job, her employer said Tuesday.

A white woman who called the police after a black man asked her to put her dog on a leash in New York City's Central Park has been fired from her job with an investment firm. Franklin Templeton announced on Twitter on Tuesday it had sacked an employee, "effective immediately".

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The woman who had asked the police to arrest, without reason, a Black man in Central Park in late May was indicted Monday by the Manhattan prosecutor's office for reporting an imaginary crime.

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Amy Cooper charged with filing a false report over incident that occurred in Central Park , New York, in May.

A white woman walking her dog who called the police during a videotaped dispute with a Black man in Central Park was charged Monday with filing a false report. In May, Amy Cooper drew widespread condemnation for calling 911 to report she was being threatened by “ an African-American man ” when

During the incident, Christian Cooper, who came to observe the birds in the park, had asked Amy Cooper (not related) to put his dog on a leash, which is mandatory in this part of Central Park.

Irritated, she then called the police, claiming that she had been "threatened" by an "African American man".

Police officers appeared on the scene some time after, found only Amy Cooper on the spot and left.

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A white husband and wife have been charged after the woman pulled a gun on a black mother and her children during a confrontation in a car park . Footage of the incident in Orion Township, near Detroit, has been viewed millions of times on social media.

The video of the incident, posted the next day by Christian Cooper's sister, had gone around the world. It has been viewed more than 44 million times.

She had earned Amy Cooper to be pilloried on social networks and dismissed from her position as vice-president of the management company Franklin Templeton.

His behavior was symbolic, for many, of a racism rooted in American society.

On the day the video was put online, George Floyd's arrest was filmed in Minneapolis, then broadcast too, setting off a national protest movement against racism and police brutality against African-Americans.

Amy Cooper has been summoned to appear and is scheduled to appear on October 14 in Manhattan court to be formally served on charges of reporting an imaginary crime.

If convicted, she is liable to a penalty of up to one year in prison.

In a statement sent to the press, the Manhattan prosecutor Cy Vance Jr. called "anyone who has been the subject of an imaginary information to contact" his services.

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