“He has to prove how big and bad he is,” said 18-year-old Breanna Blake, who is black.Blake recalled how Fields threw her off a bus after she and her sister got into a shouting match with some other girls. Junior Drew Pickrel, 17, said that when he was busted after a pocket knife fell out of his backpack Fields was “completely nice” and patiently explained why he had to arrest him.Katherine Phemister, an 18-year-old senior, said Fields bought sodas for students who didn't have cash and only got physical when he had to break up fights."He's doing his job," said Phemister, who is white like Pickrel. He was tough." In a lawsuit filed last year, a former Spring Valley student accused Fields of targeting black students — who make up 52% of the school’s 2,010 students. “The criminal investigation will be best served with the FBI as the lead agency,” Lott said in a statement posted on Facebook. HIGH SCHOOL OFFICER BEATS DOWN STUDENT DURING ARREST Lott did not identify the tackled teen, who was reportedly new to the school, and has not yet told her side of the story. Fields went after the reportedly disruptive senior when she ignored his commands to leave her seat, flipping her out of her chair and hauling her across the classroom floor.“We do not want any issues with the community or those involved having questions concerning conflicts of interest in this investigation.” The State Law Enforcement Division is also investigating at the request of the school district, spokesman Thom Berry said. One of the students who caught the terrifying assault during a math class Monday on cellphone camera told a local TV station “it was definitely a scary experience.” “When I saw what was about to happen my immediate first thing to think is let me get this on camera ... Then Fields pinned the student down as he put her hands behind her back and warned a student who protested, “I’ll put you in jail next.” ARMY VET RECALLS ROUGH ENCOUNTER WITH S. COP The teen was charged with causing a disturbance in school and released to her parents, cops said.The residents there love southern living, but they do get lonely when they are single.So, they turn to mobile chat line numbers to meet like minded people who are also single and looking to meet someone in their local area.
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That was the bizarre defense put forward Tuesday by the boss of the white South Carolina sheriff’s deputy whose videotaped body-slamming of a high school student shocked the world. “It may have, but I would think that would have effected it in a positive way, not a negative way." Lott also said they’ve gotten their hands on a third video of Monday’s mayhem which shows the 18-year-old senior “hitting the school resource officer with her fists.” The sheriff did not release the footage but admitted he was revolted by what he saw in the first two student-made videos that drew nationwide outrage. "I wanted to throw up." But Lott said both the student’s teacher and the administrator “felt the deputy acted appropriately.” SPRING VALLEY COP BEN FIELDS SHOULD'VE BEEN FIRED: KING “She was the one resisting arrest and it wasn’t racial,” Lott said of the teenager.
Deputy Ben Fields has been dating an African-American woman for “quite some time,” Richard County Sheriff Leon Lott said. The developments came as the FBI — at Lott’s request — opened a civil rights investigation into the incident.
Fields has been suspended without pay during an internal investigation into the viral fracas, which drew condemnation from the likes of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and the Rev. This is something that we can't let this just pass by,” Tony Robinson Jr. Niya Kenny, 18, who objected to Fields manhandling the girl was also arrested, WLTX-TV reported.Her mother Doris Kenny said she was “brave enough to speak out against what was going on.” Some students said Fields had a history of being over-aggressive, especially with black kids.