Wednesday, July 4, 2012
Black Officers Demand Justice for Police Brutality Victims
COME OUT AND SUPPORT VICTIMS POLICE BRUTALITY
OUR VOICE MUST BE HEARD LOUD AND CLEAR
BLACKS IN LAW ENFORCEMENT OF AMERICA,
GRAND COUNCIL OF GUARDIANS
AND THEIR COUNSEL BONITA E. ZELMAN, ESQ.
THE POLICE COVERUP OF THE SHOOTING OF DJ HENRY JR. AND BRUTALITY AGAINST PACE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS CONTINUES
DEFENDANT- POLICE OFFICER AARON HESS, AGAIN SEEKS TO FILE A MOTION TO DISMISS THE LAWSUITS OF THE PACE STUDENTS THAT WERE SHOT WITH TASER GUNS, BRUTALIZED AND VICTIMIZED BY THE POLICE.
THESE VICTIMS WILL BE PRESENT AT COURT TO FIGHT FOR THEIR RIGHTS AND FOR JUSTICE FOR THEIR FRIEND DJ!
TIME AND PLACE: Tuesday, July 10, 2012 at 10:00AM
Front steps of
Federal U.S. District Court
300 Quarropas Street
White Plains, N.Y. 10601
And Court Room Proceedings open to the public will immediately follow in the Courtroom of
THE HONORABLE JUDGE KENNETH M. KARAS
United States District Judge, Room 521
October 17, 2010, Pace University football star and student DJ Henry (DJ) was shot and killed by Village of Pleasantville Police Officer Aaron Hess. His friends and teammates were brutalized, tasered, beaten by police and wrongfully charged with false criminal charges for attempting to save his life when they tried to render CPR and first aid to DJ Henry as he lay in the gutter with 2 bullets in his chest dying.
There has been no justice for DJ or these students and football teammates who bravely tried to aid their friend DJ to save his life. DJ’s family, Brandon Cox who was the front seat passenger in DJ’s car and who was also shot, and the students who were brutalized and falsely arrested all filed Civil lawsuits to force justice for DJ.
Now, DJ Henry’s shooter, defendant-Police Officer Aaron Hess and his attorney Brian Sokoloff is seeking to avoid any and all liability in the civil lawsuits filed against him by the individual college students who were beaten and brutalized by police officers in the wake of the shooting of their friend DJ, as they attempted to help their dying friend.
Oral Arguments will be held in open Court on July 10, 2012. The Plaintiffs-victims will appear, and will vigorously oppose this and all other attempts by the defendants in these lawsuits to escape liability. These victims of police brutality, misconduct and cover-up deserve and need to be heard in court, and these serious allegations should not be dismissed without that opportunity.
JOIN US AND SHOW YOUR SUPPORT IN THE FIGHT
FOR TRUTH, JUSTICE AND TRANSPARENCY