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Severely Punish White Supremacists Who Shot Black Protesters | ForceChange -

Five black protesters were shot by a group of white supremacists
during a rally to protest the killing of a handcuffed black man by
police, according to reports. This group had been reportedly showing up
to the protests every night to counter-protest against the Black Lives
Matter movement. No violence was committed against the white
supremacists, but when the Black Lives Matter crowd tried to herd them
away from the center of the rally, the white men allegedly opened fire
on them, leaving five seriously injured.

There are currently three suspects in the shootings, all white men,
and one has been arrested so far. There are plenty of witnesses who can
attest to this malicious shooting which was no doubt motivated by hatred
for black people. The protesters have been completely peaceful and just
wanted racists to stay away from the bulk of the protest, which
included small children.

This shooting could set a dangerous precedent and embolden white
supremacists across the country. If these three men aren’t dealt with
harshly and given the maximum possible sentence for attacking innocent,
peaceful protesters, others could come to think they can get away with
attacking and even murdering black people and other people of color.
Sign this petition to demand that the prosecutor pursue the harshest
possible sentence for each of the men who shot Black Lives Matter

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