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Sentences forShooting of Ezell Ford

  • On August 11, 2014, an African-American man named Ezell Ford was shot by two LAPD gang detectives after they made an investigative stop of Ford on the street.Los Angeles Police Department-Wikipedia
  • On August 11, 2014, just two days after the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, a resident of South L.A., Ezell Ford, described as "a mentally ill 25-year-old man," was fatally shot by two Los Angeles police officers (see Shooting of Ezell Ford).South Los Angeles-Wikipedia
  • Also in August, Los Angeles Police Department officers shot and killed Ezell Ford.Black Lives Matter-Wikipedia
  • "Don't Shoot" mentions other black men killed under notorious circumstances, such as Emmett Till, Ezell Ford, Trayvon Martin, and Sean Bell.Don't Shoot-Wikipedia
  • In 2014, Black Lives Matter demonstrated against the deaths of numerous African Americans by police actions, including those of Dontre Hamilton, Eric Garner, John Crawford III, Michael Brown, Ezell Ford, Laquan McDonald, Akai Gurley, Tamir Rice, Antonio Martin, and Jerame Reid, among others.Black Lives Matter-Wikipedia

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