On Saturday December 14, 2014, a gathering against police brutality in response to the shooting death of Samantha Ramsey happened in Northern Kentucky. Last month, the grand jury determined justice was not in the cards for the Boone County K9 Sheriff’s Deputy Tyler Brockman who will return to work.
The unclear dash camera video shows what appears to be Deputy Brockman who jumped aggressively onto the hood of the car driven by Ramsey. Ramsey had just left a field party when she was cut down in the prime of her life.
Eye witnesses still contended the exact opposite of what Brockman claimed by stating that the car was in flight and had attempted to run over him and or his foot. In fear for his life Brockman drew his weapon and unloaded his clip into Samantha Ramsey.
This marks a third time, a local grand jury has failed to reach a decision with regard to holding a trial. Grand juries combed through the evidence of homicide as laid out by a prosecutor and coroner.
A lack of justice in the Mike Brown, Samantha Ramsey and Eric Garner cases act as a catalyst for family members, the public and social justice members.
This week marks the third month of protest against the callousness of law enforcement across the nation who protect and serve the people.
Included are: Nikki Coleman, Pastor Teddy Spivy, Jerome S. Bowles of the Northern Kentucky Branch of the NAACP, family and friends.
Other Cincinnati social justice groups stood in silent solidarity and participated with the Northern Kentucky die in.
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