“When we got here, we got word that one of our young people was shot in the head last night, early this morning,” Sekou said, her voice breaking. “He’s non-responsive right now, so I know when I finish, we’re gonna leave, because I know we can talk to that young person and hopefully bring that spirit up and get life coming back and hopefully get a healed person who can tell his story.”
A mourner outside a makeshift vigil in Brownsville for Rasheeda Barzey, who was killed along with her two older daughters, Chloe Spears, 16, and Solei, 20, by Barzey’s boyfriend, Joseph McCrimon, who later turned the gun on himself. At a press conference held at City Hall Park to address […]
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