Please read this story. This is a textbook case of black reverse victimization, where the criminal is actually the victim. Please read the article and watch the attached news story. Please contact the news station and express your disgust for their one way simplification of the story, and airing of totally baseless claims of "racism." You can contact the Memphis news station here: 901-321-7668 firstname.lastname@example.org Please call as that stands out more I think than emails, and do both if you can. http://news.aol.com/article/arrest-of-heather-ellis-at-missouri/768241 Woman Faces Trial in Walmart Arrest Teacher Accused of Cutting in Line Says Dispute Was Racially Charged By BETSY TAYLOR , AP posted: 1 HOUR 33 MINUTES AGO comments: 231 filed under: Crime News, National News PRINT|E-MAILMORE Text SizeAAA ST. LOUIS (Nov. 16) -- Nearly three years after Heather Ellis switched checkout lines at a southeast Missouri store and touched off what she calls a racially charged dispute with white customers and authorities, the young black schoolteacher faces a trial that could send her to prison for 15 years. Witnesses have told authorities that Ellis cut in front of waiting customers at the Walmart in Kennett on Jan. 6, 2007, shoved merchandise already placed on a conveyor belt out of the way and became belligerent when confronted, according to court filings. ... "What a shame the system can destroy a young person's future like this because of bad cops," Ellis wrote to the NAACP in April. The group subsequently held a rally in Kennett. Before the June 13 event began, police officers found threatening letters the size of business cards scattered along the route that said the Ku Klux Klan had paid a visit and "the next visit will not be social." Dunklin County Prosecutor Stephen Sokoloff said the cards were removed and the source investigated but never discovered. He said he doubts the cards actually were from the KKK; he knows of no KKK presence in the area. A call to the KKK headquarters was not answered. As for Ellis' allegations of mistreatment by law enforcement, Sokoloff said he's "seen absolutely no evidence of any kind, apart from her statements, that those things occurred." Kennett Police Chief Barry Tate did not return phone calls seeking comment.