Take to the Streets if Goodson Walks, or Gets A Slap on the Wrist!

                     Facebook Event Page    Protest the night of the "mis-trial" was announced in the Porter trial

The verdict will be announced on Thursday, June 23 at 10 am.
Therefore:
COME OUT THURSDAY, JUNE 23 at 10AM
IN FRONT OF COURTHOUSE, 100 Calvert Street

Take to the streets if Goodson walks, or gets slap on wrist!
Baltimore police MURDERED Freddie Gray. Yet the courts are letting the killer cops walk free one by one. This is totally unacceptable.

When the verdict is announced – show your outrage, take to the streets, starting at the courthouse.

Freddie was chased and beaten down by cops who arrested him for nothing. Video shows him bent like a pretzel. They ignored his cries of pain and threw him in the police van. Then the cops subjected him to the kind of “rough ride” that has terrorized many Black people in Baltimore. This was a modern day lynching, and it’s the kind of thing police in this country inflict on Black and Brown people with impunity, all the damn time! 

They are letting the murdering cops go free on the installment plan. The first trial of one of the cops who was involved in Freddie’s murder ended in a mistrial, and the cop in the 2nd trial was found not guilty. Now the cop who gave Freddie that “rough ride” is on trial. We cannot sit back while the system engages in another mockery of justice and let another killer cop walk.
What we do matters a great deal. There wouldn’t even have been trials of any of these killer cops if people hadn’t rebelled after Freddie’s death. We must take things into our hands and demand justice for Freddie Gray, and for all the victims of brutal, murdering cops.

The day the verdict is announced take to the streets - starting outside the courthouse, 100 Calvert at Lexington, Baltimore
Justice for Freddie Gray – CONVICT & JAIL the Murdering Cops
List of sponsoring/organizing groups and individuals in formation, including:

Carl Dix, representative of the Revolutionary Communist Party, co-founder of the Stop Mass Incarceration Network.

Tawanda Jones, sister of Tyrone West, who was murdered by Baltimore police on July 18, 2013.

Qiara Butler, cousin of Tyrone West

Rev. Carl David Olson, Minister, First Unitarian Church of Baltimore

Tariq Touré, Baltimore Muslim essayist, poet and educator.

Wayne AmonRa, outspoken voice in West Baltimore with radio show on WOLB-FM.

Bonnie Lane, Baltimore Green Party organizer and advocate for the homeless

For more information and to add your name/organization to the list of sponsors, email to revbmore@gmail.com 

 

WHEN
June 23, 2016 at 10am - 1pm
WHERE
Outside courthouse, 100 Calvert at Lexington, Baltimore
CONTACT
Stop Mass Incarceration Network NYC · · 929-249-7996

Will you come?


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