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"But she felt really obligated to get this on camera." After the video stopped rolling, the woman continued "to just racially heckle these women, and again, she made specific comments regarding Donald Trump and fixing it, he's going to get this country together again, he's going to make it great again," Finley said Buckner told him.
Related: Chobani Founder Gets Threats, Calls for Boycott for Employing Refugees JCPenney said in a statement to NBC News that it was "deeply disturbed" by the incident "in which one customer made extremely inappropriate remarks to two other customers." "We absolutely do not tolerate this behavior in our stores, and are working with our associates to ensure any future incidents of this nature will be addressed quickly and appropriately," the chain said.
"Everybody here probably feels the same way I do," the unidentified woman, who is white, says in the video after she sees one of the Latina shoppers checking out and the other joining her at the register with a last-minute purchase. They can't act like the hero, they come here to live and act like everybody else," the woman continues, as stunned shoppers look on.
"Get in the back of the line like everybody else does and be somebody. You're nobodies, just because you come from another country, it don't make you nobody." She then berates the two as "probably on welfare." One starts to respond, and the woman responds, "It's OK, speak English. If you don't know it, learn it." The shocking video was shot by Renee Buckner, a Louisville resident who was finishing up her Christmas shopping at JCPenney at the time.
A JCPenney shopper went on an expletive-laden tirade against two Latina customers earlier this week, telling them to "go back where they belong" in a rant that was caught on video.
The incident, which was recorded by another customer, happened Tuesday afternoon at the Jefferson Mall in Louisville, Kentucky, and garnered more than 5.6 million views on Facebook.
It was funded from the 500 crore Nirbhaya corpus for increasing security measures, officials said. It can aid RPF personnel who patrol trains." Real-time surveillance from the control room has been avoided due to privacy issues, Ashraf said.
The system contains a high-definition Digital Video Recorder which will keep tabs on movements inside the coach, said K K Ashraf, senior divisional security commissioner. The footage can be transferred using a pen drive or other devices.
The project was completed by the Senior Divisional Electrical Engineer (Sr DEE) at the Avadi EMU shed and handed over to the Railway Protection Force on Monday.
Overall, considering how early in the discussion we issued our paper, we believe our recommendations have held up remarkably well.
But in this revision of the paper we have seen fit to refine our recommendations in some areas, such as when police should record.
And of course, the intersection of technology and human behavior being highly complex and unpredictable, we will continue to watch how the technology plays out in the real world, and will most likely continue to update this paper.
"On-officer recording systems" (also called "body cams" or "cop cams") are small, pager-sized cameras that clip on to an officer's uniform or are worn as a headset, and record audio and video of the officer's interactions with the public.
“This Hispanic lady was purchasing items and the transaction was almost complete, then her friend brings up some shirts to be added to her purchase instead of getting in line,” Buckner wrote in her Facebook post. " Buckner did not want to speak to the media and directed calls to her pastor.