CAREN Act introduced to outlaw racist 911 calls


San Francisco supervisor hasn't produced local legislation aimed at stopping racially motivated 911 call San Francisco Supervisor Sherman Walton has introduced what he calls the caution against racially exploitive, not Emergencies Act or Karen Act, Karen spelled with a C But in reference to the term Karen with a K, which is described as a person, usually a white woman who uses privileged to get their way. This has been also used to describe a recent 911 calls by white women about black men barbecue Becky to permit padding and the Central Park woman who called police on a black man she said was threatening her. While it is already against the law to make a false 911 call, it could result in a six month Yeltsin's Walton says. This act will also allow for victims to sue

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