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Nakia Jones (above) works as a police officer in Warrensville Heights, Ohio. She said in a Facebook live recording that she watched the graphic video of Alton Sterling's shooting in Louisiana 'over and over'
'The reason I became a police officer is to make a difference in people's lives,' Jones said.
'I know what it's like to have a parent on drugs. I know what it's like to watch people be picked on and bullied and all kinds of things.
'I said I wanted to make a difference and I want to be that change, so I became that change.'
She said that she is a wife and the mother to two boys, one of which showed her the disturbing video of Sterling's shooting.
Jones said that she watched the shocking video several times and became upset and angry.
'How dare you stand next to me in the same uniform and murder somebody,' she said.
'How dare you? You ought to be ashamed of yourself. If you're that officer and you know you have a God complex and you're afraid of people who don't look like you, you have no business wearing the uniform. Take it off.'
A Black female police officer in Ohio posted an emotional video on Facebook denouncing police shootings of unarmed black men. Sometime later she is fired and now she is suing the city of Warrensville claiming racial and sex discrimination.