Anjanette Young On Wrongful Police House Raid: ‘They Didn’t Care About What Was Happening To Me’

Anjanette Young On Wrongful Police House Raid: ‘They Didn’t Care About What Was Happening To Me’ 1

 

Anjanette Young, who was handcuffed by the Chicago Police during a wrongful house raid, says that she wants to see accountability for what happened: "It didn't feel like any man in there cared anything about me as a woman or a female … They didn’t care about what was happening to me.”
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Anjanette Young On Wrongful Police House Raid: ‘They Didn’t Care About What Was Happening To Me’

56 Comments on "Anjanette Young On Wrongful Police House Raid: ‘They Didn’t Care About What Was Happening To Me’"

  1. Not responsible enough to check the address but were going to give them guns. 🤔

  2. That woman had to have been terrified. And she had to have been traumatized. She should be compensated by the city of Chicago. Case closed.

  3. I’m just glad she survived….

  4. CONSTANTINE ANGEL GUTIERREZ | December 17, 2020 at 12:03 PM | Reply

    she should sue big time. go get them gurl.

  5. My heart goes out to this woman. That was terrifying to watch.

  6. Johnie Matthews | December 17, 2020 at 12:12 PM | Reply

    She is very fortunate she wasn’t shot and killed. I don’t blame her for exposing them like they exposed her and treated her. I saw that video, and felt the fear and shame being assualted while she wasn’t dressed in her own private home.

  7. When the police are the terrorists.

    • BREADED CHICKEN | December 17, 2020 at 8:48 PM | Reply

      @Bill Billson its not the chiefs its the cops

    • @BREADED CHICKEN — who do you think has the power to control the department, set regulations and codes of conduct, and fire or hire police officers?
      The chief does. That’s how this works, and it’s the best way to do it – as long as people hold officials accountable. But when inner city communities – including white ones – vote dem non stop for half a century, then they’re going to take those communities for granted.. Why would dems care if they know they’ll get the vote regardless?

    • BREADED CHICKEN | December 17, 2020 at 9:04 PM | Reply

      @Bill Billson true

    • BREADED CHICKEN | December 17, 2020 at 9:05 PM | Reply

      @Bill Billson lmao you account is 1 day old lmao

    • @BREADED CHICKEN — yes i am a youtube noob indeed 😂 but i’ve learned a good deal in the past 24 hours lol

  8. All of America is experiencing the I cant breathe moment. We need to feel for our fellow human beings. Police reform should not be a bad word it should be expected in a society that can evolve.

    • These mouth breathers could have killed her in her own home. the police system in the u.s. was started during the death camp plantation days. Police were only interested in hunting down escaped victims of human trafficking and returning them to the death camp plantations. So it’s not shocking that the police in the u.s. still treat African Americans like this. But, it needs to end.

  9. Five Nights at Purple Kids | December 17, 2020 at 12:23 PM | Reply

    Thank God you weren’t killed. Prayers

  10. she was holding back tears. I feel for her. I hope she gets the justice she deserves.

  11. Disrespectful… You didn’t even give this woman time to put some clothes on..

  12. Margaret Curtis | December 17, 2020 at 12:39 PM | Reply

    I am so glad they did not shoot. The trauma she must have to get over if she can.im so sorry for her. Sue girl.

  13. Yes , this poor women was unlawfully violated by this police action and then by these indifferent police officers that treated her like dirt.

  14. There’s only one response they should’ve had, and that’s “oh my God we’re so sorry”

    • @Niccolo Machiavelli — there is a system in place for fixing these things without burning everything down. That’s all i’m saying. If you want it to change, then vote for a party that will put a chief in power that you want.

    • Gwendolyn Williams | December 17, 2020 at 9:25 PM | Reply

      @Bill Billson you are so dumbfounded.. STFU

    • Carrie Edwards | December 17, 2020 at 9:43 PM | Reply

      @Niccolo Machiavelli Agreed

    • Mark Stephenson | December 17, 2020 at 9:50 PM | Reply

      @Bill Billson Thanks for the support. We are not perfect. We make mistakes. We are but men and women in uniform charged with daily responsibilities that the loudest critics wouldn’t do for one day let alone 25 + years. Because of our titles and uniforms we are ambushed. So we face crowds with watchful eyes never seeing the holiday decorated storefronts. If we dare eat in public its not by a window but in a corner with a view of the door. Sitting parked curbside anymore and you’re constantly scanning and looking in the rear view. We know not what waits around the corner or behind the next door but still we go. Is the Reaper on the other side? We go in expecting the worst, hoping for the best, but always prepared and ready. Police work is not easy. Sometimes it goes bad. Sometimes it ugly. Those times are when its most often the lead story at 6pm or the front page headline. We are dedicated to protecting and serving our communities and in doing so we try to do so to the best of our abilities. We regret when we fail to live up to the very high standards we set for ourselves and the community deserves. For that we do apologize. But be assured we will be there tomorrow to answer your call for help. Be it a lost child, drug dealers on your street, a domestic assault, or drive by shooting. We will come no matter the violence, no matter the risk, no matter the fear, no matter the likelihood it will be our last act of selfless sacrifice.

    • @Mark Stephenson — no need for thanks mark or for you to change any of your daily habits. This country supports you, and the leftists candidates that pushed the defund the police agenda just got wiped out at the ballot box in November. The country and the people are behind you, and the communities support you. Don’t worry about these folks here, as you can see they’ve had a hard enough time cobbling together complete sentences as it is. You take it easy and thanks for protecting our communities. I’ll deal with the people here, it takes about 2-3 seconds to undo their hypocrisy and then they’re back to normal for about a day or so.

  15. The mistakes could be forgiven. But cover-up can not.

  16. When the police see you as something less than a dog, don’t expect to be treated like a human being.

  17. Chicago PD Transparency | December 17, 2020 at 1:26 PM | Reply

    Chicago police don’t allow anonymous complaints because then they don’t know who to retaliate against.
    But the same cops bust down the wrong door all the time based on an anonymous complaint.

  18. She’s lucky to be alive —😁😁😁

  19. what a strong, smart woman. i couldn’t imagine being in that position, i would’ve gotten myself hurt.

  20. And the guy who they were looking for had a tracking device.
    This Cops really f ked Up

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