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Alexyss K. Tylor Speaks with Police Victims and Families, No. 1

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Alexyss K. Tylor, whose son was allegedly attacked and brutalized by a DeKalb County Police officer in Georgia in January 2015, is the new host at Human Rights Demand. Call 347.857.3293 to speak on air every Wednesday at 9pm EST. Tylor and her son recounted the most frightening night of their lives during our Human Rights for Prisoners March radio broadcast on the "Human Rights Demand" channel on March 2, 2015. The broadcast is archived at 
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/humanrightsdemand/2015/03/03/alexyss-taylor-dekalb-co-police-beat-my-son

Tylor's son, Dinero, is representative of thousands of young men whose civil and human rights were apparently violated under the color of law. This happens to Black men like Dinero, and it also happens to Caucasian men like Cameron Redus, a college student who would have graduated with a 4.0 GPA at the University of the Incarnate Word in Texas had he not been gunned down by Officer Chris Carter in 2013. Carter shot the unarmed honors student multiple times, including in his back. Redus may have had a couple of drinks to celebrate the successful conclusion of the semester, and Carter apparently felt that Redus did not give Carter's uniform due reverence.

Police violence happens to Whites as well as Blacks, Native Americans, Latinos, and Asians in the U.S.A. All victims and/or their families are invited to call Alexyss K. Tyler and discuss the circumstances, especially if you seek an attorney for criminal charges and/or a lawsuit. Being Tylor's guests gives victimized people an opportunity to seek representation by ethical attorneys and gain support from human and civil rights activists.

Power concedes nothing without a demand. ~F. Douglass

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