College Student Goes Viral for Comments During L.A. Police Commission Meeting
The Los Angeles Police Commission got more than it bargained for when it set up a virtual community call to address controversial comments by Police Chief Michel Moore last week.
It was a 22-year-old Cal State Northridge student who made news, voicing his anger and frustration with excessive police force in real time. In a clip that has since gone viral, Jeremy Frisch used his 30 seconds to deliver a pointed, profanity-laden message:
“Hello, can you hear me? Black lives matter. Defund the police. I find it disgusting that the LAPD is slaughtering peaceful protesters on the streets,” he shouted. Frisch said two friends of his went to protests in Beverly Hills and were met with excessive force.
“F*ck you,” he told Chief Michel Moore, who sat stone-faced. “You are a disgrace ... Suck my d*ck and choke on it! I yield my time.”