It might be hard to believe, but not every black person who is being pulled over by white law enforcement officer is being targeted. This is the story of one officer who defied the media stereotypes of white cops and helped a young black man.
Mark Ross had just learned his 15-year-old sister had died in an accident at 3 a.m. on Sunday morning. Ross decided to leave Indiana, where he lives, to drive to Detroit, where his mother and remaining family members resided. Ross and a family friend hit the road.
Eventually, the car Ross was in was pulled over. His friend was speeding. When the officer looked into the driver, it was discovered that he was driving without a license. The friend was arrested and the car was totaled, leaving Ross stranded on the side of the road.
Ross also thought he was going to be going to jail for an outstanding misdemeanor warrant. When Ohio State Highway Patrol Sgt David Robison called Indiana, they declined to have Ross arrested due to the distance.
“I explained to the officer that my sister had died and that I needed to get to my mother asap,” Ross wrote in a Facebook post recounting the ordeal.
That was when Officer Robinson prayed for him and decided to drive him the rest of the way.
“I broke down crying and he saw the sincerity in my cry. He REACHES OVER AND BEGAN PRAYING OVER ME AND MY FAMILY.”
Of course, the media is nowhere to be found because this doesn’t fit the BLM narrative.