When Faysal Mohamed asked a Minneapolis police officer why he was being arrested, the cop replied "Because I feel like arresting you." Actually, the cops never did arrest Mohamed, but they did stop the vehicle he was in, order him and three friends out, handcuffed them and spent 45 minutes searching the car before letting them go. Oh, and one of the cops was recorded threatening to break the leg of one of the four.
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