NC prosecutors have decided to file charges against a woman with intent to kill as she made her way very slowly through protesters who were blocking the road.
They claim she hit two people but when you see the video you can decide for yourself whether she should have been charged or whether the prosecutors should be run out of town on a rail. I vote for the rail.
Elizabeth City police arrested 41-year-old Lisa Michelle O’Quinn after they claimed she ran over two people “peacefully protesting and exercising their constitutional rights.”
I defy them to show me in the constitution where it says you have the right to break the law. And secondly, they were banging into her car which I don’t know how you do that in a peaceful manner.
There have been protests in Elizabeth City, North Carolina for about a month after the shooting of Andrew Brown Jr., a black man whose death a prosecutor has ruled “justified.” Brown was shot by officers five times including once to the back of his head.
Police have charged O’Quinn with two counts of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill by use of a motor vehicle, one count of careless and reckless conduct and one count of unsafe movement.
They are now trying to determine if she also committed a hate crime.
I have watched the video of the incident and in my opinion the actions do not warrant the charges.
Take a look and decide for yourself.
— Kerwin Pittman (@KerwinPittman) May 25, 2021
No one is in front of her car when she sped up but protesters were hitting her car and she sped up to get away from them in order to protect her car and herself. Considering how many times BLM and antifa have pulled people out of their vehicle beaten them, can you blame her for being scared? And did you see anything that looked like she was trying to kill anyone?
VIDEO OF THE DAYIdiots Twerk On Ambulance After Shooting In Oakland, CA
“The police department is currently investigating this matter and we will be presenting facts and findings in this case to include potential aggravating factors for criminal enhancements for potential sentencing purposes of a hate crime involving this event,” the department said.
O’Quinn can be seen driving a white car and attempting to make a right turn onto a street where protesters were demonstrating. O’Quinn inched forward and slowly made her turn while honking her horn. The protesters then began beating on O’Quinn’s vehicle, and she responded by speeding up. One of the protesters fell to the ground, then got up and walked away.