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A Washington father has been charged with a hate crime after calling a black boy the n-word and threatening to kill him over FaceTime after his daughter made racist remarks toward him. 

William Cunningham, 39, from Monroe, Washington was charged with a hate crime after his daughter, who is white, got him on FaceTime during a confrontation outside her school on November 10 so she could show her dad the 16 year-old’s face. 

Cunningham is then said to have shouted: ‘I’m going to f**k all you n****** up… if I see you I’ll kill you.’ The black boy targeted has since withdrawn from the school. 

The girl, who has not been named, was seen repeatedly calling the 16 year-old boy the n-word after he stood up for a friend the racist girl is said to have bullied earlier that day. 

The Monroe Police Department said the girl and the boy had an ‘altercation’ in the Monroe High School parking lot where ‘a white female student racially taunted a black student.’ The altercation occurred after the girl, whose age has not been disclosed, allegedly shoved one of the student’s friends in the hallway earlier that day. 

Toward the end of the fight, the girl can be seen shoving her phone into the victim’s face, where her father was on a FaceTime call and be heard threatening to beat him up.   

‘Cell phone video captures the father making death threats at the victim, saying: “If I see you, I’ll kill you,” and calling the victim racial slurs,’ court documents said. 

William Cunningham, 39, of Monroe, Washington, threatened to ‘kill’ a black student, 16, and called him the n-word after his daughter (pictured) and her boyfriend Parker, 18, got into a physical alteration with the student on November 10

The father also told the victim that he was a ‘big white cracker’ was going to ‘f**k them up.’ 

‘Did you hear that,’ his daughter can be heard on the video saying. ‘Did you not all just hear that, he said he was a white cracker and was going to f**k all you n****s up. You want to act ignorant, that’s the real definition of a n****, you dumb f**ks.’ 

Before the girl resorted to calling her father, she and 18-year-old boyfriend Parker, who is also white, can be heard having a verbal altercation with the student before the two boys turned physical. 

While the fight happened, the girl, who has not been named, can be heard repeatedly calling the 16-year-old the n-word and a ‘p***y a** b**ch,’ which she claimed was not in a ‘derogatory’ manner. 

She can later be seen pushing her boyfriend toward his car and telling him to ‘go to the f**king car,’ while telling the victim that he ‘got in my face first, b**ch.’ 

In a second video, the group can be seen surrounding Parker’s car while one of the students repeatedly said: ‘I’m not trying to go to jail, bro.’ 

The students surrounded Parker's car when she FaceTimed her father. Throughout the fight, the daughter (pictured left) called the student a 'p***y a** b**ch' and the n-word. After the fight, the father-daughter duo allegedly went to the victim's workplace and followed him around for 20 minutes (pictured: the boys surround Parker (plaid shirt) and his car)

The students surrounded Parker’s car when she FaceTimed her father. Throughout the fight, the daughter (pictured left) called the student a ‘p***y a** b**ch’ and the n-word. After the fight, the father-daughter duo allegedly went to the victim’s workplace and followed him around for 20 minutes (pictured: the boys surround Parker (plaid shirt) and his car)

The fight took place at Monroe High School in Washington

The fight took place at Monroe High School in Washington 

While the boys surround the boyfriend, the girl proceeds to call her father and tell them ‘their trying to get inside Parker’s car.’ 

Parker then proceeds to yelled out: ‘My s**t was with him, not with you,’ as he points to someone off-camera. ‘The f**k is your problem. My s**t was with him, not with you. You have no reason to be in this.’ 

Parker, the girl, and another boy left the scene in Parker’s car. 

Later on, the girl and Cunningham reportedly showed up to the victim’s workplace and followed him around for 20 minutes, according to K5 News. 

Cunningham is expected to be arraigned in Snohomish County Superior on January 19. 

Following the incident, Monroe School District Superintendent Dr. Justin Blasko was placed on administrative leave by the school board after several people, including teachers and parents, called for his resignation.



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