Obama disappointed: US Personnel involved in “racial profiling” incident


US President Barack Obama has expressed his disappointment and deep regret at an incident overnight involving US citizens, including a current member and an ex-member of the US military. It is alleged the personnel were on a train in Belgium, when the US personnel racially profiled a Moroccan national, who later became violent.

Apparently, the men were interviewed by waiting police in Arras, as it is believed that several people, including the Moroccan, were hurt in the ensuing scuffle.

imageA “spokesperson” for Obama stated, “this goes against everything we have been working towards for the last six years, to bring fundamental change to the US as a nation, and to our military. We have been working hard to remove this kind of initiative from the psyche of the American people – what this shows is that as a nation, we still have a long way to go.”

A “spokesperson” for the EU, commenting on reports that weapons, including an automatic rifle, were involved in the incident, said he was concerned that Europe was importing a “culture of gun violence” from the United States.

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