Professor Dorothy Bland wrote an Op-Ed in the Dallas Morning News accusing cops of running their siren and lights as they approached her in a tony neighborhood in which she lived. She claims to have felt harassed and stopped because she was black and wearing a hoodie. http://www.dallasnews.com/opinion/l...-chief-no-officers-were-doing-their-jobs..ece The big OOPS! Cop cars in Houston are all outfitted with dash cams. Cop’s dash cam video contradicts university professor’s claim of police harassment. It’s easy to see that no flashing lights or sirens were on. It’s easy to see the manner and deportment of the police and what the reasons were for approaching the professor. Had it not been for the video, the officer’s would have had hell to pay for their intervention and possibly preventing the professor from being hit by a passing car or truck. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...dermined-dashcam-video-police-chief-says.html Professor Dorothy Brand: A real issue to press with, or an opportunist? _____________________ I should say that I witnessed similar driving in my neighborhood a couple years ago. A kid on a bike was kind’a meandering, so I slowed. Wouldn’t you know? He turned half-circle right into my path, facing me; he stopped suddenly and expressed shock. He was listening with buds and didn’t hear my approach.