Black Activist: Texas Pool Party Incident Could Lead To Terrorist Attack (Video)

| by Michael Allen

Rev. Ronald Wright, head of Justice Seekers Texas, a civil rights group, warned yesterday that the pool party incident that happened last Friday in McKinney, Texas, could lead to a domestic terrorist attack.

WFAA notes that Justice Seekers Texas and the Next Generation Action Network held a press conference on Monday to call for the resignation of Cpl. Eric Casebolt who was filmed on a cell phone video yanking a teen black girl down to the ground, and pulling his gun on some black teens.

MSNBC (video below) aired a segment of Wright's part of the joint live press conference, noted

Wright stated:

So today, we’re going to ask for justice to be done and this is ridiculous that we continue to fight these type of issues throughout this country. And this is setting the stage, and we just passed an open weapons law here in the state, we’re setting the stage for a terrorist attack in this country.

And the group is not going to be ISIS, it’s going to be USIS, us against these unjust law officers and people who continue to allow racism to grow into this city.

McKinney Police Chief Greg Conley told reporters today at a press conference: "[Casebolt] came into the call out of control and as the video shows was out of control during the incident," reports WFAA.

Casebolt has reportedly resigned.

Sources: WFAA 1, WFAA 2,
Image Credit: MSNBC Screenshot