As the country anticipates the Supreme Court's decision on Arizona's controversial 2010 immigration law, an Arizona man is suing Tuscan PD for organizing what he says he was NOT a racially profiled Identity parade.
Attorneys for Miguel Rodriguez claim that officers acted inappropriately when they placed him a line up, after he was accused of shoplifting $3.35 worth of candy from Wal-Mart.
Sam Dennison, who is representing Rodriguez, who is an American citizen but whose parents were originally from Mexico claims he was placed in a line up with 5 African American women.
The witness, after several hours of deliberating, eventually selected Rodriguez as the man he had seen stealing.
"This is the law gone crazy" said Dennison "The police told me that they were very conscious that they did not want to be accused of any sort of racial profiling so they decided not to focus on my clients race! While I thank them for their consideration I have to question their choices in selecting the other members of the lineup. My client does not have a moustache and all of these women did, also my client is 5ft 4 and weighs 180 lbs, these women were all over 5ft 5 and weighed over 200 lbs!"