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|Crying Child Begs Dad Not To Call Police On Black Man For Standing In Lobby by kikio1992(m): 9:56am On Jul 10, 2019|
A crying child has been spotted in a video begging his dad not to call the police on a black man, who did nothing wrong.
35-years-old Wesly Michel was waiting for his friend at an apartment building in San Francisco, only to be tagged a 'trespasser' by a white father.
The pair began to talk, and the child of the man, can be heard telling his father: “Dad, don’t. Please go." The boy says: “Daddy go. It’s the better; I agree with him, daddy.”
The man had said Mr Michel should get his friend to come down and collect him using the call box, while Mr Michel says that the father would be the “next person on TV”.
“Listen to your son, walk away,” Mr Michel says. “I will stop this. I will stop the recording.”
Mr Michel’s friend appears to come from outside the building, with the child pleading for himself and his father to leave.
“Told you. Let’s go now,” the young boy says and begins pulling the adult. “Daddy, look what you’ve gotten us into. Let’s go!”
The man asks for confirmation that the resident is Mr Michel’s friend and ends his call with police after saying that Mr Michel is “actually here with a resident”.
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