*In Colorado, a Black farming couple say they are the target of racial harassment online and in-person, and Tuesday, with the help of the NAACP, one of them was bailed out of jail.
The couple owns a ranch that’s nearly 1,000 acres large in El Paso County. Courtney Mallory and his wife Nicole claim, among other things, that they’ve been harassed and their property vandalized.
“We are stalked, we are harassed, we are chased, we are followed, there’s been spray paint where they put ‘n*****’ on items on our home,” Nicole Mallery said.
Meanwhile, the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office won’t talk on camera but said in the past two years, they’ve responded to more than “170 calls for service that involve the individuals in the article” and that they’ll release the legal documents and body camera video upon request.
MORE NEWS ON EURWEB: Congresswoman Maxine Waters and Other Elected Officials Show Support for Compton NAACP Branch | PHOTOs
Note to El Paso County Sheriff’s Dept. EURweb will be requesting those Mallory-related legal documents and body camera videos.
The post Black Colorado Farmer Arrested After Alleging Racism, Harassment, Vandalism | WATCH appeared first on EURweb.