I was in Charleston just doing my job when a white man, Bryan Eybers, called me a slave and the N-word.
I was in Charleston just doing my job when a white man, Bryan Eybers, called me a slave and the N-word.
I was in Charleston just doing my job when a white man, Bryan Eybers, called me a slave and the N-word.

Steve Crump: I was just doing my job when racist accosted me

October 20, 2016 05:46 PM

UPDATED October 21, 2016 12:13 PM

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