A Saudi man driving around with a dead child in the trunk of his car was pulled over in Tennessee — and he was allowed to drive off.
A Millersville police officer stopped the man because his car’s temporary tag was unreadable, local TV station KMOV reported. After producing a Saudi driver’s license, the driver admitted he had a dead baby in his trunk.
The driver said he was transporting the body for a proper Muslim burial and refused to allow the officer to look in the trunk, insisting it was against his religion, according to KMOV.
In a sign of how browbeaten police have become in today’s politically correct world, the officer actually let the man go.
Police officials later said at a press conference the driver, who was the child’s father, had a permit from the coroner that allowed him to transport the body.
The dead child was being taken to a private Muslim cemetery in Franklin, Millersville Police Chief David Hindman said, but he admitted that the officer erred in letting the man go without seeing the body and calling a supervisor.
Still, the officer will not be disciplined, Hindman said, adding that a language barrier became a significant factor in the mix-up.
“You have to understand this is a one in a million incident,” he said. “In my 30 years of law enforcement, I have never seen or heard of something like this happening.”
Watch the full report here via KMOV:
- Drone shows Biden super-spreader on border, as thousands of unvaxxed migrants queue up - September 15, 2021
- Young Calif. parents die of Covid after returning from vacation; leave 5 small children, including newborn - September 15, 2021
- Who at the White House has the authority to mute Biden’s mic? Senator asks Blinken - September 15, 2021