(Video) Store Owner Speaks On The Alton Sterling Killing

After the killing that took place last night, the owner of the store in which Alton Sterling was killed in front of speaks out. The killing has struct many protest and outrage.


The Game Calls For Action After Alton Sterling Killing

Alton Sterling was shot and killed by police in Baton Rouge yesterday, simply for selling CDs outside of a store that the owner had given him permission to do so at. It’s a story we’ve heard one too many times before, and we’re sick and tired of it. Will be there ever be a change? The Game hopes to help spark one. Check out what he had to say below. RIP, Alton.


NBA: Glen ‘Big Baby’ Davis Says He Knew Alton Sterling & He ‘Wouldn’t Hurt a Fly’

Alton Sterling was a “great guy who wouldn’t hurt a fly” according to Glen “Big Baby” Davis, who says he knew the man who was killed on video by police in Baton Rouge.


(Video) Rosenberg Loses It On Police Officer Over Alton Sterling Killing

Alton Sterling was killed in cold blood by a police officer and it was ALL on camera, yet still, fellow officers are trying to justify it. When an officer calls into Hot 97 this morning, Peter Rosenberg goes off over them not taking responsibility and being able to point at a fellow officer and say, “That was wrong.” Watch the powerful video below.


(Video) The Family Of #AltonSterling Speak on His Murder By Police

The video that went viral last night, the gruesome video of showing a restrained Alton Sterling getting shot what some are saying in cold blood, is very disturbing to watch. Today the Mother, and children of Mr. Sterling spoke on the situation, including why he was out there.


(Video) NFL: Colin Kaepernick Says Murder of Alton Sterling is What Lynching in 2016 Looks Like

The nation is reacting to the death of Alton Sterling, a black man who was pinned to the ground by two police officers and then shot at point blank range.  The horrific scene was caught on tape.  Police killing African-Americans has been a major topic and spark for outrage, launching protests and the #BlackLivesMatter movement.  As the bodies continue to pile up, people are no longer remaining silent.  Colin Kaepernick decided he would not stay silent either.  The San Francisco 49ers quarterback called the shooting the modern day version of lynching.


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