Minati Roychoudhuri is a professor at Capital Community College. She also is a liar.
The woman who teaches diversity to students at the New England school was pulled over by a Connecticut state trooper for an improper lane change. Rather than accept the repercussions for her actions, she pulled out a trick from the social justice warrior handbook and accused the law enforcement officer of racial profiling. Fox CT published the letter she sent to the Commissioner of Public Safety demanding action.
I was traveling to Wethersfield on Route 15/5 to attend a meeting 9th May. I was on the left lane on route 15 and had to take exit 85. After the Brainard Airport exit, and after the merging lane ended, I signaled and went to the right lane to take exit 85. An unmarked police car with flashing light stopped me on the ramp after I had taken the exit. The policeman asked me if I could speak English and if I knew why he had stopped me. I said, “yes” to speaking English and “no” to why he had stopped me. He then asked me for my driver’s license and registration. He returned with an envelope and said that I could simply mail in the infraction.
The officer did not give me any reason as to why had stopped me. His asking if I could speak English shows that he had racially profiled me and was not able to give me a concrete reason for stopping me. Further, the officer had checked “Hispanic” in the race category in the infraction ticket. I am a Professor in English at Capital Community College, I teach about diversity and the negative impact of racial profiling, I have now become a target of the same insidious behavior! It is easy to connect the dots with the nationwide racial profiling which has led to serious consequences. I request that my infraction charges be dropped and action be taken against the officer. I have talked with the Senator and Legislator of my constituency regarding this matter and I am sending a copy of this letter to them as well.
Thank you in advance, Sincerely, Minati Roychoudhuri
Roychoudhuri was interviewed in person and signed a statement which said it is a crime to make a false statement against a public servant.
Her claims were easily refuted with the audio from the traffic stop. She even acknowledged she made the improper turn. The college professor who is paid to teach diversity was caught in a red hot lie for accusing a state trooper of discriminatory practices that never happened.
The college professor turned herself into police and posted a $1,000 bond for falsifying this accusation against the state trooper. She is due in court August 14. What do you think should be Roychoudhuri’s punishment? Please comment below.