Monday, May 5, 2008

Sharpton plans mass arrests to protest Sean Bell verdict




The Reverend Al Sharpton is planning mass arrests in New York City this wednesday to protest the verdict in the shooting death of Sean Bell. Sharpton laid out plans for protests to take place citywide on Wednesday, including a pray-in and organized efforts to block traffic throughout New York. For the massive pray-in, Sharpton is asking protesters to gather Wednesday at 3 p.m.

Sharpton would not reveal all the details for the day of protests, but he did announce the locations for the main protests. They are:

Third Avenue at 125th Street
Park Avenue at 34th Street
Third Avenue at 60th Street
Varick and Houston Streets
One Police Plaza
415 Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn

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1 comment:

Masta Mix Records said...

what the are all the rest of us gonna do to prevent us from being next? NYC is looking real weak right now. I aint saying to hurt no cops but lets take some of that same money and force the cops to respect us like the Jews and every other race do.