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Amy Cooper's firing was justified for falsely accusing a Black man of assault.
David Elmendorf, a former ice cream shop owner in upstate New York, has been ordered to pay $4,500 after being accused of calling the police on peaceful Black Lives Matter protesters and falsely claiming they threatened him with violence.
In the year that changed everything, Amy Cooper, aka, "Central Park Karen" just proved that she learned absolutely nothing.
A Black vlogger in New York City named Alana Lambert shared her experience on YouTube after she and a friend were accosted by a woman in Central Park over Lambert's phone charger.
New York Attorney General Letitia James filed a suit against the former owner of Bumpy's Polar Freeze in Schenectady, New York, accusing him of using racial motivation to file a false report against Black Lives Matter demonstrators who gathered in front of his store last summer.
Amy Cooper, the woman dubbed "Central Park Karen' for weaponizing her whiteness by lying that a Black man was physically threatening her in New York City, has had all criminal charges against her dropped.
A debate has broken out over whether charging Amy Cooper supports or undermines widespread efforts to reform the way law enforcement operates.
"Karen" receives backlash for calling the cops on Cooper after he told her that her dog should be on a leash.
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