Members of the Westchester community stood tall with Brother Kenneth Chamberlain Jr. tonight at the Westchester County Courthouse. This marks the seventh year and the torch of justice carries on.
Black Girls & Black Boys lives are Interrupted and it is perfectly tolerated. Black Mothers’ and Black Fathers’ tears are keeping graveyard grass green. In 2016, we stood for a Civil Suit to Determine if the City of White Plains and the Police Officers were “culpable” in the death of, Kenneth Chamberlain Sr.
Kenneth Chamberlain, was fatally shot on November 19, 2011, in White Plains, New York. After his LifeAid medical alert necklace was inadvertently triggered, police came to his home and demanded that he open his front door. Despite his objections and statements that he did not need help, the police broke down Chamberlain’s door, tasered him, and then shot him dead. Chamberlain was a 68-year-old, Black, retired Marine, and a 20-year veteran of the Westchester County Department of Corrections. He wore the medical alert bracelet due to a chronic heart problem.
Not Guilty… Sometimes the facts can be right in ones face and they still will not believe it.
Dear Black Man, I ❤️ You… Cynthia
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