Cops and their mistreatment of African-Americans have again taken center-stage. This time the stage has been set in McKinney, Texas. More recent incidents have occurred in Baltimore, Maryland and Ferguson, Missouri. Even though this incident did not involve another African-American killed by the police, the abusive behavior that was displayed has caused protests to begin. “Call my momma!” were the screams that could be heard from a black teenage girl who was being pinned to the ground by a white police officer. Moments earlier he had drawn his handgun on other black teens. “On your face!” were the words that the officer yelled at the bikini-clad girl. As seen in the the videos below, the officer 41-year-old David Eric Casebolt who joined the police force in August 2005, only targeted the black teens. Casebolt has been placed on administrative leave but a number of legal analyst have indicated that there is legal trouble ahead for Casebolt and the McKinney Police Department. Quite frankly, they need to start with a mental evaluation of this officer. Check out the videos below. The first video includes a conversation with the young lady who was pinned to the ground and the second video includes conversation with a legal analyst. Let me know your thoughts on this.