A 12 year old boy who was arrested appeared in court last week to face felony charges.
Aspiring rapper Corey “Lil C Note” Jackson, was arrested last year in October for allegedly selling Mixtapes at a mall in Georgia.
The video of the arrest went viral. Here’s the video:
12 year old aspiring rapper Corey Jackson, better known as Lil C-Note is facing felony charges after being arrested selling CDs at Cumberland Mall.
Here's his arrest. pic.twitter.com/JXhcUGhVUK
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Last week after appearing in court for felony obstruction charges, he posted on Instagram about the incident stating that he knows he didn’t do anything wrong and he’s now scared of police.
He stated that he felt like the cops treated him like a murderer or robber, and asked for the cops body cam to be released.
He called the incident mind-blowing, stating he can’t believe he’s going through this.
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Seriously like I really wake up everyday asking myself why would this police officer tell these Ludacris /ridiculous stories on me that now have me having to go to court facing a felony at 12 years old as if I’m really a robber, killer / Murderer or some kid that cuss out and fight police officers or sum!!🤷🏾♂️ Like I’m jus so foreal I just don’t understand why a man would do this & have me going threw all this!! #NotWorthItAtAll 🤦🏾♂️ I wish they just hurry up with this and release all cameras especially the police officer body cam that he had on…🤷🏾♂️ #ReadyForThisToBeOver #coreyj #lilcnote
According to the New York Post, Jackson had previously received a “criminal trespassing” warning, stating he wasn’t supposed to be selling in public without a license.
Cobb County Police Chief Mike Register explained to the Marietta Daily Journal why he’s facing Felony Charges:
“What that meant is if they caught the young man back on the premises of Cumberland Mall selling CDs, then they would request that the police make a criminal trespass case (against) the young man. The officer was simply trying to get information and make a determination if a crime was occurring. During that interaction, the juvenile continued to be verbally resistant.”
T.I actually spoke at a press conference in January with Jackson, stating:
“Basically, it’s our black kids getting picked on. You know if that was a white kid, nothing would’ve ever happened.”