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Police Looking for Man Who Entered Ferguson, Missouri Virtual Meeting and Started Using Racial Slurs

Police is Ferguson, Missouri, the home of the Michael Brown riots, are looking for a man who called into a local government virtual meeting and began using racial slurs. 

The police in Ferguson, Missouri are looking into a racist caller who interrupted a government virtual meeting with racial slurs.

A man who identified himself as Albert, began using racial slurs during city virtual meeting.

Local CBS Affiliate, KMOV, reported on the story.

The Ferguson community is in shock after someone entered a North County virtual meeting and verbally attacked the committee with racial slurs and hate speech.

“I’m just sick and tired of N words killing whites,” said the suspect.

On Tuesday, a person with the name “Albert” entered the meeting with the camera off during the Ferguson Human Rights Commission Zoom session. The unknown individual called one commissioner a monkey while spewing derogatory remarks.

Police are now investigating to find out who is responsible.

“We should go back to the 1950s when N words knew their place,” the suspect said. “Diversity means fewer White people. Inclusion means the exclusion of White people, and equity means stealing from White people. “

See a video of the event below:

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