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Teenager beaten by cops after bank teller mistakes his ‘borner’ for pistol

A teenager in his early 20s survived death after he was beaten and shot by police officers because of an erection at the banking hall which was mistaken for a concealed pistol.

A teenager in his early 20s survived death after he was beaten and shot by police officers because of an er3ction at the banking hall which was mistaken for a concealed pistol.

It is alleged that Jamal Freeman had a full erection while queuing at Detroit Liberty Bank when an 83-year-old Bank teller Sandy Heinrich noticed it and pushed the alert button thinking that the teen was concealing a weapon in his pants.

“He reached for something in his pants, I thought it was a gun” Sandy Heinrich was quoted by World News Daily Report.

Two security guards followed by some six police officers pounced on Jamal and beat him silly immediately the granny sounded the alarm.

The poor teen fled the scene but police shot him twelve times. He survived the gunshots but was admitted in critical condition at the Detroit Medical Center.

Jamal’s mother, Jennabelle Freeman, says her son is a victim of racist discrimination and that all this would not have happened if he had been white.

“Of course, black people have larger penises, it ain’t no freakin’ reason to shoot at them,” she told reporters in tears.

”Jamal has always had a very, very large p*nis, even when he was just a kid, his dad had even nicknamed him the Big Black Boa” she recalls, in despair.

“Never would I have thought he would get harmed in any way because of this,” she said.

Eyewitness testimony and camera footage inside the bank clearly attest to the fact that the teenager had been “sturdily manipulating his penis with both of his hands” on the scene corroborated officials.

Although no weapons were found on the suspect, officials have confirmed that charges of public indecency could still be pressed against him.

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