Thursday, September 29, 2016

Young Girl Sobs And Scolds Charlotte City Council

By USA Today, Sep 27, 2016 

CHARLOTTE — The national TV networks have packed their bags and moved on, but this city is still struggling for normalcy a week after a police officer fatally shot Keith Lamont Scott following a brief but tense standoff.

Protesters overwhelmed an emotionally charged Charlotte City Council meeting Monday night, chanting "No justice, no peace" and demanding the resignations of Mayor Jennifer Roberts and Police Chief Kerr Putney.

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1 comment:

  1. Regardless of how one may feel on topic of police brutality, How can one not feel for this child after listening to her speak. She has obviously been influenced by some who spout propaganda against police officers. And we hear in the video some who yelling at her not to stop...But two things stand out most when I listen to this innocent girl's emotional speech- First, "I've been born and raised in Charlotte, and I've never felt this way 'til now. (until Black Lives Matter came to town and shouted their propaganda against police officers). And second, "We need our mothers and be by our side." Truth finds a way out in the words of this child. Children do need their fathers and mothers. Because of the break up of the family, we are seeing so much disrespect for those in authority, including police officers. It is not easy being a police officer today.


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