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Andrew Weinstein Jul 24
A white man shot and killed an unarmed black father in front of his children over a parking spot No charges have been filed because of Florida’s Stand Your Ground law Contact State Attorney Bernie McCabe at (727) 464-6221 and demand justice for the murder of
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Kat 4h
Replying to @CLE_SHONUFF @jwheels74
And obviously I know he can handle himself, but I think of so many others who could handle themselves as well & were doing absolutely nothing wrong - etc... 😔 it’s nerve wrecking
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Roy David Walker Aug 13
Very good news coming out of a tragic situation >> People, myself included, were heartbroken by 's story. I applaud prosecutors for taking action and their commitment to ensure that justice is served!
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#RIPBassemMasri 🙏 Jul 23
In a span of 3 days, we've seen & both killed at the hands of white supremacist terrorists who were allowed to walk free. At what point does it sink that we are in a state of open racialized warfare & our tactics have to change if we wanna survive?
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WOKEVIDEO Jul 21
White Man Murders Black Man, Uses STAND YOUR GROUND defense and not Charged! ✊🏿Please Support the Family - GoFundMe: shot dead protecting his wife from harassment by the gunman
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Roy David Walker Aug 13
Shooters who kill people of color in cases are two times less likely to be convicted than those who kill a white person. and his family deserve better from the state of Florida
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Andrew Gillum Jul 29
We are going to repeal Stand Your Ground. We are going to repeal Stand Your Ground. We are going to repeal Stand Your Ground.
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Shomari Stone Sep 26
Autopsy Shows Markeis McGlockton Was NOT Moving Toward Fla. Shooter in 'Stand Your Ground' Case. Pinellas Co. Sheriff Bob Gualtieri said he didn’t arrest Michael Drejka because the incident fell under the state's "stand your ground" law
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Wendell Pierce Jul 29
Like , a white man STARTS a confrontation with the family of because of where they are parked,then murders an unarmed Black man, &walks away a free man because of Stand Your Ground law. This is nothing more than legal approval to kill Black people
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Darren Sands Aug 8
Someone sent me these photos of sitting-in at Rick Scott’s office today—a risky move in a governor’s race, but consistent with his biography as a student organizer.
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Andrew Gillum Aug 8
We are at @FLGovScott’s office demanding a meeting — and justice — for .
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BET Mar 10
On July 19, 2018 in Tampa, Florida, an unarmed Black man named was tragically shot and killed in front of his family over a parking space dispute.
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Reverend Al Sharpton Aug 7
“Adam Putnam slams Ron DeSantis for ‘siding with liberal Democrats’ on Stand Your Ground controversy... Democrats over the weekend appeared with Rev. Al Sharpton and all five candidates support repeal of the SYG law.”-
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Gwen Graham Aug 5
Replying to @GwenGraham
After the murder of , the Legislature had a responsibility to take action — and they did nothing. Another innocent Floridian has been gunned down — and we are demanding action.
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Shevrin Jones Aug 13
This is a step in the right direction! Let’s call this what it is, it was murder and Michael Drejka should be held accountable for murdering . It is time we take a look at the SYG law. If the prosecutors can see it, why can’t my colleagues in Tallahassee?
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Mayor Philip Levine Aug 13
's family deserves JUSTICE! When I'm Governor, we're going to repeal this 'License to Kill' law. We need REAL self defense laws that ensure bad actors are held accountable for their actions.
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NAACP Aug 4
Misapplication of horrendous law allowed George Zimmerman to get away with murdering Trayvon Martin; now it’s being used to try to excuse murder of Markeis McGlockton.—NAACP board chair, native Leon W. Russell |
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Bishop Talbert Swan Jul 28
, who murdered in FL, wasn’t arrested because of , has history confronting people over handicap spaces & threatened to shoot a trucker. Sheriff: his past isn’t relevant. A Black man’s past, victim or assailant, is always relevant.
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Andrew Gillum Jul 29
All of us are made less safe by Stand Your Ground. But our black boys are the ones who are left most unsafe. We can make it different. We have that ability. How many of us are prepared to say that our children's lives matter?
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Andrew Weinstein Jul 24
Replying to @Weinsteinlaw
Here’s the story about the murder
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