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#North Carolina cops fired over ‘extremely racist’ N-word-laden threats

#North Carolina cops fired over ‘extremely racist’ N-word-laden threats

June 25, 2020 | 12:55pm | Updated June 25, 2020 | 1:28pm

Three veteran North Carolina cops have been fired after they were recorded making racist threats — with one calling for a civil war to “start slaughtering them f—ing n—ers,” according to authorities.

Corporal Jessie Moore and officers Kevin Piner and Brian Gilmore were caught making “extremely racist comments” by a colleague during a routine review of department audio, Wilmington police said Wednesday.

In chats they seemingly did not realize had been recorded, Piner, 44, bragged about being “ready” for civil war, saying he planned to buy an assault rifle, according to documents released by his force.

“God, I can’t wait,” he said after his “slaughtering” comment.

“Wipe ’em off the f—ing map,” Piner said. “That’ll put ’em back about four or five generations,” he added.

Piner had started the racist diatribe by complaining that their force — whose new chief is black — was too concerned with “kneeling down with the black folks,” the documents show.

Moore, 50, was heard calling an African American woman he arrested a “negro” and the N-word, saying, “She needed a bullet in the head right then and move on. Let’s move the body out of the way and keep going.”

Moore also complained about a “f—ing negro magistrate,” saying that “90 f—ing percent” of black people are just as bad. Gilmore, 48, meanwhile, complained about white protesters — including a “fine looking white girl” — “worshiping blacks” and “bowing down and kissing their toes.”

Confronted, all three officers admitted it was their voices on the tapes — but claimed they were not racist, according to the documents.

The officers — all members of the force more than 20 years — instead blamed the stresses of policing recent police-brutality protests, the documents say.

Chief Williams releases statement about the termination of three veteran Wilmington Police Officers and his plan for racial reconciliation. (see attached statement) pic.twitter.com/mYmPoWPuxL

— Wilmington Police (@WilmingtonPD) June 24, 2020

Chief Donny Williams — who only took over on Tuesday — called the conversations “brutally offensive” as he announced Wednesday that all three officers had been fired.

“This is the most exceptional and difficult case I have encountered in my career,” said Williams, who also asked state officials to review the men’s law enforcement certifications.

Prosecutors were also looking at potential criminal charges, he said, while also promising to review whether the officers had shown bias toward criminal defendants in the past.

“There are certain behaviors that one must have in order to be a police officer, and these three officers have demonstrated that they do not possess it,” Williams said.

“When I first learned of these conversations, I was shocked, saddened and disgusted. There is no place for this behavior in our agency or our city and it will not be tolerated.”

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