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We have been told by other parks that mothers will sometimes feast just before the birth. ” But on Friday, seven days after Adventure Park owner Jordan Patch declared that “today is not the day to stop watching” because “we are there; we are close,” there were no guesstimates as to when the world’s most famous pregnant giraffe might actually go into labor.April’s keepers have said she is not overdue to give birth.“We don’t exactly know if anything really happened to her during the incident so I’m just watching her development closely.”Watch the video of Cooks arrest below, record January 26, 2015.Exactly one week after her keepers excitedly declared that the birth of her calf was imminent — after hundreds of thousands of people locked eyes on a live stream from her pen as naysayers theorized that it was all just a hoax — April the giraffe is still gestating.The officer first talks to the white woman, who accuses Cooks of acting “all crazy.”“I don’t see a crime that has been committed,” the officer admits after examining the woman’s car.After promising the woman a police report, the officer heads over to talk to Cooks.Officials with the city of Barstow, California insisted this week that officers had acted properly when they used force to arrest a pregnant woman who refused to show them her identification, even though the charges were later dismissed.In police body camera video obtained by the American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Southern California (ACLU So Cal), an officer is responding to an apparent traffic dispute between Charlena Michelle Cooks, who is 8 months pregnant and black, and an unidentified white woman.
This is after a few days of picking at grain and hay.”At that point the officer asks for Cooks’ name, but she insists that she does not have to tell him.“I actually do have the right to ask you for your name,” the officer replies.“Let me make sure,” Cooks says as she makes a phone call to someone. ”ACLU So Cal staff attorney Adrienna Wong pointed out that Cooks had a right to refuse to show her ID.“It would be a wrongful arrest, but it would be an arrest,” she noted.The officer says he will give Cooks two minutes to verify his right to ask for her identification. “Even if an officer is conducting an investigation, in California, unlike some other states, he can’t just require a person to provide ID for no reason.”“Officers in California should not be using the obstruction law, Penal Code 148, to arrest someone for failing to provide ID, when they can’t find any other reason to arrest them,” Wong added.But less than 20 seconds later, the officer and a colleague are performing a painful wristlock takedown on Cooks. ACLU So Cal staff attorney Jessica Price observed that Cooks, who is black, was handled very differently than the white woman.“Imagine getting wrestled to the ground and handcuffed in front of your child’s elementary school,” Price remarked.The pregnant woman screams as she is forced belly first into the ground.“Why are you resisting? “Imagine interacting with other parents afterwards. Imagine what kids who saw the incident tell your child.
Meanwhile, a rare Rothschild’s giraffe was born this week in Cheshire, England — a “precious moment” that was captured on CCTV, in what the Chester Zoo called “stunning” footage.