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VIDEO: Kenyan woman in US accuses police of racial discrimination, taking her son to hospital by force.



A Massachusetts based Kenyan woman recently went live on Facebook where she is seen arguing with a police officer accusing him of racial discrimination and not letting her speak to her son.

Gathoni Liz, who recorded the whole incident and transmitted it live on her FB page, complained bitterly about how she was being treated.

She is heard telling the police officer that all she wants to do is talk to her eight year old son, who apparently was about to “be taken to hospital by force.”

“Is she hitting anyone right now,” she inquires.

In the video, she can be heard lamenting that she is being discriminated upon because of the color of her and her son’s skin.

“This is all because of the color of my skin and that of my son. If we were White, this would not have happened,” she says.

However, the officer denies her accusations and later says: “You are under arrest for disturbing the peace,”

According to Liz, it all began when her son, who is in a whites only school, complained to her that he was being bullied.

Later on, when she inquires from the officer whether she is under arrest, the officer answers in the affirmative. Now Liz is appealing for funds to hire a lawyer to represent her in the case.

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We are yet to hear the other side of the story as authorities have remained mum regarding the incident.



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