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Eric Casebolt, the Texas police officer who threw a black teenage girl on the ground while frantically trying to detain her friends at a pool party, has been accused of racial profiling before, according to a withdrawn civil rights lawsuit filed against the latest small-town, high-profile police force in America. And it is not the first time that Casebolt, a 10-year veteran of the police force in the Dallas suburb of McKinney, has come under scrutiny for aggressive behavior. A man named Albert Brown, after being imprisoned in the county jail on drug charges, filed a civil rights lawsuit against five McKinney officers, including Casebolt, after a traffic stop in 2007. He accused Casebolt of “unreasonable searches and seizures, excessive force, racial profiling, racial animus”. Brown alleged that Casebolt approached him saying he was going to issue a parking ticket, then claimed to have seen marijuana seeds and alcohol and asked to search the car. He then, the withdrawn suit says, “made some comments about me, the white girls that were with me and my clothes” and conducted a body search that including pulling down Brown’s pants below his ankles. Brown was arrested for possession of crack cocaine.
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