End Police Brutality Events Coming up in February


We were all sure that justice would be served in the Kelly Thomas murder trial. The video speaks volumes-when you watch the video, you are witnessing a homicide. When you hear Kelly pleading for his life, calling out to his father…you cry in horror and disbelief. I am still not over the decision the jury made on January 13th, 2014. NOT GUILTY. On ALL counts. Not even excessive force. It was beyond shocking. Kelly Thomas did not receive justice-his family still mourns his murder. The jury did a huge disservice to humanity. We the people have spoken and we do not accept their verdict.  And the fight for justice goes on.

There are many more families who have lost a loved one to Murder By Cop. Seeking justice, seeking to make the public aware that there are killer cops policing our streets. Hundreds of victims have not received justice.

Please join us in the fight to expose and remove these killer cops from the streets. We must demand changes and put an end to police brutality.

There are going to be numerous events in the month of February organized by the families who have lost loved ones to ‪#‎MurderByCop‬. ‪#‎EndPoliceBrutalityNOW‬!!!  If you are on Facebook,  please join each event, invite your friends and share!!

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Rally & Speakout: Demand AG Kamala Harris Prosecute All the Killer Cops in California

Thursday, February 13 at 3:00pm
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5000 Angelenos For Kelly Thomas

Saturday, February 8 at 7:00pm
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Candlelight Vigil for Bobby Henning

Friday, February 21 at 6:00pm in PST
16635 Paramount Blvd, Paramount, CA
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Protest for Michael Nida – NO JUSTICE = NO PEACE!!

Saturday, February 22 at 1:00pm in PST
8512 Firestone Blvd., Downey, CA 90241
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Andy Lopez, Bobby Henning, Ernest Duenez jr, Christopher Lee Ratliff, Manuel Diaz, Joel Acevedo, Idriss Stelley, Kenneth Harding, Steven Bours, Rigoberto Arceo, Ismael Lopez, Marcel Luis Ceja, Jason Bitz, David Silva, Joe Whitehouse, David Raya, Roscoe Cambridge, Javier Arrazola, Tony Francis, Marcel Ceja, Justin Hertl, James W Moore, Caesar Ray Cruz, Doug Zerby, Andres Avila, Elizabeth Bustamante and John Cabrera, Mike Nida, Jose de la Trinidad, Martin Angel Hernandez, Jeremy Marks and so many more.
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Please watch and share this video featuring powerful testimony from several families who lost a loved one to police brutality.

On July 21, 2013, over 1,200 people poured onto the lawn of City Hall in Anaheim, Calif., for the first Statewide March to Stop Police Brutality. The mass protest marked the first anniversary of the uprising against police sparked by the racist murder of two men by cops and the brutal attack on bystanders that was featured in the mass media throughout the country. People traveled from Oakland, Sacramento, Fresno, Bakersfield, San Diego and many other cities and towns across California to demand an end to police violence and justice for all victims.

The protest was initiated by more than thirty families who have lost loved ones at the hands of the police from around the state who have formed a network that took action as a group for the first time on July 21. The ANSWER Coalition partnered with these families to organize the demonstration and countless organizations mobilized to attend. Click here to read the full report from the action. 

Click here to see photos from this action. 

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