Eric Garner’s Funeral: NYPD Impenitent

Failure to Listen

 

Calvin Bryant, a 53-year-old anti-police-violence activist who says he knew Garner growing up. Bryant was angry, and let the press know it as he stood with his cousin, Richard Kirkpatrick, and his two young children, holding a sign that read “# I Can’t Breath” and wearing a t-shirt emblazoned with the face of Ramarley Graham, the Bronx teenager killed in his own home by police in 2012. “When is this going to stop?” Bryant asked reporters, clutching his shirt. “Ramarley Graham, this case ain’t been solved yet, and already you’ve got the nerve to kill this man Eric Garner.”

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Why Did Police Arrest This Man in Front of His Kids at Eric Garner’s Funeral?

https://news.vice.com/article/why-did-police-arrest-this-man-in-front-of-his-kids-at-eric-garners-funeral?utm_source=vicenewstwitter

Garner Funeral where Calvin Bryant was arrested  in front of Children

As if to show the world their characters, culture of impenitence, and confident arrogance, NYPD Officers harassed mourners and fabricated another arrest. This…

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About Susan Chandler

Now-disabled interior/exterior designer dragged into battling conviction corruption from its periphery in a third personal battle with civil public corruption.
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2 Responses to Eric Garner’s Funeral: NYPD Impenitent

  1. Angela Grant says:

    Thank You Susan for the reblog. -Angela

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