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NYPD Traffic Agent Attacks Chinese Driver

World Journal, News Report , Posted: Oct 27, 2009

NEW YORK Video from a security camera shows, an African-American traffic agent attacking a Chinese driver with a scanner and making racist comments during a confrontation in Manhattan's Chinatown. According to the World Journal, the confrontation started when the driver, Qiang Nian Zhu, prevented the traffic agent, Tawana Chapman, from scanning his registration sticker under the windshield by covering it with his hand. Zhu said he explained to Chapman that he still had one minute left on his parking receipt and his wife was paying for another one, but Chapman refused to listen. As soon as the attack happened, another traffic agent came up and stopped Chapman, but Zhu was also arrested for obstructing governmental administration and harassment charges. Zhu, 38, has no criminal history.

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