Paterson, New Jersey police kill black man whom witnesses say was unarmed

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Not even the spirit of the holidays could stop the police from killing a Black man in unclear circumstances and taking him away from his family and loved ones.

Sadly, Thelonious “RaRa” McKnight, 25, became another victim of what witnesses say is nothing more than green bloodthirsty. Our family in NewsOne is reporting an issue that took place on December 29, 2021 just a few days before we move into a new year. A witness in Paterson, New Jersey named Duke Snider told that McKnight was murdered.

Snider said: “A police car drove past and then turned around and stopped. “One of the policemen came and went straight to Thelonius. Then two other policemen joined him. They beat Thelonius into the backyard and forced him to take his hands out of his pockets.”

Snider said he followed suit and McKnight raised his hand to face the police when they shot him.

One of the worst parts of this story is that the mayor’s office and the attorney general have a big difference in the circumstances of the case. Mayor Andre Sayegh staunchly supports the police story that McKnight fired a shot before being killed. However, no one from the attorney general’s office officially confirmed that shots were fired, only a gun was found near McKnight’s body.

“Thelonious McKnight is not a thug,” Joe Moore, of the Paterson Black Lives Matter group, told protesters. “Thelonious McKnight is not a gang member. Thelonious McKnight as a child. He is a human being just like the rest of us. ”

The city, the police and the mayor have a LOT of explaining to do. In the meantime, we’ll be watching… Paterson, New Jersey police kill black man whom witnesses say was unarmed

John Verrall

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