Edmonton racist video reveals man aggressively threatening Filipino Canadians (VIDEO)

Recordings of a racist confrontation in a residential building in Edmonton have appeared on the Internet. On Monday, July 6th, an Edmonton was caught accusing a group of Filipino Canadians of bringing “Corona to Canada”. It was also heard that the same man threatened to have them “beheaded” based on one of the racist Edmonton videos posted by one of the victims.

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On Tuesday, July 7th, Patricia Anne Medrano posted a series of videos and screenshots showing parts of the incident.

In her first post, she said that a man tried to attack her in her Westside apartment around 9:15 p.m.

The Edmonton Police Service has identified this man as Rylee Dodd, 28.

Medrano made her brother Jasper pretend he was her friend. But Dodd persisted. “But he still told me, ‘You know I can fuck you really well,'” she wrote in her post.

Dodd reportedly insisted on getting her number. When the family tried to go downstairs, he started a racist tirade.

“He’s really disrespectful and says racist slurs like ‘Go back to your country!’, ‘This is Canada, not Wuhan. You spread the virus, ‘”wrote Medrano.

In the posted video, Dodd can be seen storming into the apartment and touching Medrano, who is recording the video. “Damn it, why are you hitting me?” she heard screaming.

She tells her brother to call 911. Then Dodd appears to tell the group, “I’m going to kill you, I’m going to behead you.”

At some point he even says: “Get out of Canada” to the group.

Medrano wrote in the post that Dodd attacked her while kicking her door. She posted a photo of the bruise.

In another post shared by Medrano, the man can be heard screaming through his apartment window. Apparently that part happened the next morning.

The morning tirade was also aimed at an unnamed man who had defended Medrano.

Dodd accuses the man of bringing Corona to Canada.

He accuses him of not being a Canadian citizen.

When the nameless defense attorney tells Dodd that he was born in this country, Dodd says, “Bulls ***.”

Medrano wrote in her post that she never found out the name of the defense attorney, but thanked him for his presence.

Edmonton Police Department told Narcity that Dodd was charged with assault and “threats related to this incident”.

The police hate crimes department is also investigating the video.

Medrano wrote in her post that the man was released because they are under a court order, but in her opinion he is no longer allowed to enter the building.

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