Pool Party in McKinney

The Associated Press

Black Texas ‘Pool Party’ Teen Sues City for $5M

The bikini-clad black teenage girl seen in a 2015 video where a white police officer wrestled her to the ground at a Texas pool party filed a federal lawsuit claiming the officer used excessive force. She seeks $5 million in damages.

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One Year Later — Grand Jury ‘No Bills’ McKinney Pool Party Cop

A grand jury in Collin County, Texas, decided evidence presented against former McKinney Police Officer Eric Casebolt was inadequate to warrant an indictment. The former 10-year McKinney police veteran was seen in last summer’s McKinney pool party gone wild YouTube video wrestling a young black girl to the ground.

Craig Ranch Pool open for business. (Photo: Breitbart Texas/Bob Price)

McKinney Activist Launched Violent ‘Revolutionary’ Assault at Occupy Dallas

Last Thursday, Breitbart Texas reported that Tracey Carver-Allbritton –a woman involved with the recent McKinney pool fight incident- was placed on administrative leave from her company. Stephen Benavides, the mastermind behind the leftist Twitter campaign that abruptly dismantled Carver-Allbritton’s livelihood, is a current activist and former Occupy Dallas organizer who is no stranger when it comes to violence and ending up on the wrong side of the law.


Alexis Goldstein: US Has ‘System of White Supremacy’

Alexis Goldstein, Communications Director for The Other 98%, declared the US has “a system of white supremacy” on Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time.” Goldstein, in a discussion on the events in McKinney, TX, stated, “we have a system of


‘God is Going to Heal McKinney’ Says Local Pastor

Approximately 150 people peacefully rallied in McKinney for “accountability” in the aftermath of the Craig Ranch subdivision pool party fiasco. It was an ethnically diverse cross-section of a relatively middle-to-upper middle class suburbia.

McKinney Neighborhood Support Sign

McKinney Homeowners Subjected to Pool Party Ruckus Defend and Thank Cops

Homeowners in the neighborhood who were witnesses to the ruckus at the McKinney, Texas, neighborhood community pool both defended the officers who have been attacked about their handling of the situation, and thanked them for coming to their aid and keeping them safe.

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Goodwill and Civility Drown at the McKinney Pool Party

We are meant to imagine an innocent, if perhaps a bit high-spirited, gathering of cheerful teens interrupted by a brutal racist cop, who couldn’t wait to find the nearest young lady of color and body-slam her for fun. The reality seems a bit more… nuanced.