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Kametra Barbour and four children under the age of 10, were pulled over at gunpoint by cops unable to distinguish red from brown.

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Screen Capture: Forney Police Dashcam

On Friday August 8, 2014, police received a 9-1-1 call alerting them that someone was waiving a gun from the window of a "beige- or tan-colored Toyota occupied by four black males.”

Naturally, police see a car that is a different make, different color, and occupied by a woman and several small children, and they are pulled over because police claim they "fit the description."

Kametra Barbour and four children under the age of 10, were pulled over at gunpoint by cops unable to distinguish red from brown.

In the dashcam video you can hear the officer demand the innocent woman and her children show their hands as they are held at gunpoint.

“Driver, let me see your hands! Everybody stick their hands out the window!”

The children watched in horror as Barbour was handcuffed and brought to the back of the cruiser.

The officer was either lying or he was illustrating the uncanny level of incompetence within the Forney police department when he said, "We got a complaint of a vehicle matching your description, with your license plate, holding a gun out of the window," Nonetheless, a car which did NOT fit the description was pulled over which was occupied by a woman and four children who also did NOT fit the description, and they were subsequently assaulted with deadly weapons, for no reason.

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Moments later, a 6-year-old boy, terrified by this incident, exits the vehicle with his hands in the air crying. "I'm scared. Are we going to jail"?

Several minutes into the stop and the cops finally realize that they have nothing on this poor family and the entire horrifying stop was for nothing.

Barbour told WFAA 8 News, that she understands officers were making quick decisions that night. Nonetheless, she is still deeply troubled.

“I need you to make sure you have all the facts, because you can’t just say, ‘Okay, I’m sorry,' and then I’m over it. I can’t. Every time I listen to and hear or think about it, it bothers you. I can’t just say, 'I’m fine. It’s okay. It’s not a big deal.' It is,” Barbour said.

WFAA, reached out to the Forney police and asked them if Barbour and her children were treated properly by the police.

Forney Police Detective Michael Clay, responded, “For the nature of the call - that a weapon was involved - yes.”

In police state USA cops can pull over an innocent women and her young children, force them out at gun point, claim they 'fit the description,' and this is an acceptable police reaction.

Luckily Barbour and her children were not shot.