Rev. Al Sharpton says police had no reason to arrest his ex-wife and daughter after they swore at officers during a Harlem traffic stop last month. In a message spanning three consecutive Tweets, the president of the National Action Network said police erred in cuffing Kathy Jordan and Dominique Sharpton: "The court hearing on the traffic arrest of kathy and dominique got some media attention. Now the police says they cursed at them. One Problem with the new police story. It is not illegal to question a traffic ticket or even use profanity. They deny using profanity and I Don't condone cursing at police. However people have the right to question a traffic ticket. This is absurd."
Rev. Al Sharpton: Swearing Isn't A Crime
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