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Police Accidentally arrested a black FBI agent after racially profiling him in a viral video. The FBI agent of South Sudan heritage kept telling the cops they had the wrong guy as they put him in handcuffs. When the racist police officers checked his ID they realized he was an FBI agent and immediately took the handcuffs off him.

The South Sudan FBI agent told the bystander recording the video “watch how stupid they’re going to look” right before the police saw his ID verifying he worked for the FBI. When the black FBI agent told them to get their supervisor so he can file a complaint about being racially profiled, you could see the look of fear and embarrassment on the faces of the racist cops.

This goes to show that even black FBI agents from South Sudan are being racially profiled by cops that are supposed to be on the same team as them.

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