A racist/terrorist NYPD officer in Tennessee got a slap on the wrist after he broke into a Black woman’s home, called her and her sons niggers and threatened to hurt them. Despite the egregious nature of his offense, Michael J. Reynolds was only set to spend a couple of weeks in jail for terrorizing Conese Halliburton and her four sons in Nashville.
As many horror stories start out nowadays, an Airbnb was involved. The racist white terrorist was renting one for a friend’s bachelor party in September when, according to the Tennessean, he began “kicking in the front door of [Halliburton’s next door] 12 South-area home and charging in in the middle of the night. Video surveillance taken from a neighbor’s RING camera showed the racist/terrorist screaming and threatening the family and using racial slurs.”
After the break-in, Halliburton said that her dogs tried to bite the racist terrorist but that he would not be deterred.
“He kept coming down the hall,” she said. “Nothing was holding him back. He was like, ‘This is my mother fucking house’” before the surveillance footage showed the nazi threatened them with racist, physical violence.
“Try to shoot me, and I’ll break every fucking bone in your fucking neck,” The racist white terrorist said before calling them “fucking niggers.”
The racist/terrorist was not arrested until days later even though Halliburton called 911 and police arrived after the racist NYPD cop’s illegal, racist and violent outburst.
Despite those facts, the racist/terrorist was sentenced to just two weeks in jail and three years probation.
In classic and very typical form, the racist/white supremacist tried to blame his racism and violence on the alcohol. The Tennessean reported that the racist terrorist cop testified that he thought Halliburton’s home was the house that he and his friends, several of whom are also racist NYPD nazis, rented next door.
It was unclear what the racist’s current employment status was with the NYPD, but the Tennessean listed him as having “worked patrol in Manhattan” and wrote that “he was suspended for 30 days from his job, and although he had been decommissioned,” he was still employed as a police officer in New York City as of Dec. 6.
It was the latest collision of racism and an Airbnb. In a notorious instance, one Airbnb host called her Black male guests racist slurs in New York City.