Sunday, April 28, 2013

Was the deadly 137 bullets Cleveland police shooting of unarmed Blacks Malissa Williams and Timothy Russell self defense or murder?... Watch the 19 Action News coverage by Reporter Dan Deroos with the affiliated news video here at Cleveland Urban News.com.... Deroos and News Channels 3, 5, and 8 all were there at the April 24 rally that addressed that question, a rally led by Imperial Women Leader Kathy Wray Coleman that drew some 300 people and was sponsored by Imperial Women, Black on Black Crime Inc., The Oppressed People's Nation, and other activists groups at the Chateau Mansion in East Cleveland ...Community activists and victims family members will rally again on April 29 at 6 pm in front of Cleveland City Hall... (Note: The April 24 rally also dealt with unjustified Cleveland police shootings of Kenneth Smith and Daniel Ficker, and the unsolved rape and murders of Black women Jazmine Trotter and Christine Malone, issues that will also be addressed at the upcoming April 29, Cleveland City Hall rally)

A woman holds up a protest sign at a rally at Public Square in downtown Cleveland that highlights that unarmed Blacks Malissa Williams and Tim Russell were gunned down with 137 rounds of ammunition by a group of White Cleveland police officers that have yet to be criminally charged and are still on the job. The unprecedented shooting occurred late last year following a car chase that ultimately culminated in 65 police cars and over 100 police officers. The chase began from a downtown Cleveland location and ended in neighboring East Cleveland with a hail of bullets. One police officer jumped on the hood of the 1979 Chevy Malibu that Russell was driving with Williams as a passenger and shot through the front windshield over 40 times.  Community activists and victims family members will  hold another of several protests over the issue that has caused racial unrest and has increased tensions between police and the Black community at 6 pm on April 29 at Cleveland City Hall (Next to the woman in this picture is longtime greater Cleveland community activist Don Bryant, who leads The People's Forum and The Greater Cleveland Immigrant Support Network)
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(Community activists will rally again at 6 pm on April 29, 2013 in front of Cleveland City Hall on the November police chase that resulted in the 137 bullets shooting deaths of Malissa Williams and Timothy Russell, other deadly Cleveland police killings and the unsolved rape and murder of too many Black women in Cleveland. Rally information contact numbers are  216-253-4070 and 216-659-0473). Below talented 19 Action News Reporter Dan Deroos covers the April 24 rally at the Chateau in East Cleveland organized by Imperial Women as to the November deadly police chase, other deadly police shootings including Daniel Ficker, 27,  and Kenneth Smith, 20,  and the unsolved rape and murders of Black women such as Jazmine Trotter, 20, and Christine Malone, 45. Were the  killings of unarmed Blacks Malissa Williams, 30, and Timothy Russell, 43, by a group of White Cleveland police officers following a police chase from downtown Cleveland to neighboring East Cleveland self defense or murder? Watch the video here. Some 300 people attended the April 24 rally sponsored also by activists groups such as Black on Black Crime and The Oppressed People's Nation. A similar rally will be held at 6 pm on April 29 at Cleveland City Hall. Other news channels that covered the April 24 rally at the Chateau in East Cleveland that drew elected officials such as East Cleveland Mayor Gary Norton, East Cleveland Councilman Nate Martin and Cleveland Ward 6 Councilwoman Mamie Mitchell, a wealth of activists, and victims families were Channels 3, 5 and 8 (Click on the link below to watch the news video by Dan Deroos of 19 Action News)


19 Action News Reporter Dan Deroos