Seattle Seahawks’ Michael Bennett is no stranger to controversy involving police as he has been a consistent national anthem protester on the sidelines at Seahawks games. Following in the footsteps of anti-patriot Colin Kaepernick, Bennett has taken every chance to snub America and the police who keep our communities safe every single day.

Bennett is in the news again but this time he is accusing the police of misconduct after a shooting in Las Vegas. Bennet claims that for no reason whatsoever cops put a gun to his face and held him to the ground. This part of the story appears to be true as there is a video of the police telling Bennet to stay down with weapons drawn.

This is where Bennett's version of the story diverges from what witnesses are saying occurred:

TMZ reports

Sources connected to the investigation tell TMZ Sports … when cops responded to the club for a possible shooting, they ordered everyone to get down and not move so they could properly search and investigate.
We’re told Bennett did not stay put — instead, he ran — and a cop outside the club stopped him and ordered him down to the ground at gunpoint.

Our sources say Bennett was detained until cops could determine he was not involved in any possible criminal activity … and he was released.

The liberal media and Seattle Seahawks organization are running with the narrative that Bennett is just another black man suffering racial abuse at the hands of the police without bothering to acknowledge the truth that Bennett ran from police when cops arrived on the scene.

Here is Michael Bennett's version of what happened that night. He says he's just another victim and plays the race card big time:

The video doesn't appear to support what Bennett says at all. While no one but Bennett knows why he tool off running from the police one thing is certain. He was not cooperating with cops who were investigating a shooting. Regardless of ones race not listening to police while they are entering a potentially life threatening situation is never a good idea. Running from the cops tends to get their attention in a negative way, black or white.

 
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