A New York woman was caught on film calling the police on an African- American birdwatcher. Later the Police found that the woman was false reporting the Police, now she is charged with false reporting.
Member of New York City Audubon Society’s board of director, Christian Cooper was in the Ramble section of the park where dogs are required to be on a leash. On the 25th of Cooper encountered Amy cooper (no relation) who was with her dog with off-leash, Christian Cooper asked the lady to leash her dog but the lady began yelling that she will call the police and say them that an African-American man was threatening her life. Christain Cooper recorded the scene and shared it on Facebook.
The ensuing controversy cost Amy Cooper her job and, briefly, her dog, which was eventually returned to her.
Amy Cooper’s attorney, Robert Barnes told that his client was a victim of a rush to judgment. After sometime later to the incident, Amy shared an apology video in which she admitted that the man had the right to tell her to leash her dog are where it’s required. She added that she reacted emotionally and misunderstood the intentions of the man at that time.
Christain Cooper accepted the apology but said, this conflict was between a birder and a dog walker but she took it too far and dark.