Demand Justice for Ramarley Graham!
Ramarley Graham would have turned 22 on April 12, 2015, if his life wasn't stolen by NYPD officer Richard Haste & his partners in February 2012 in front of his grandmother and 6-year-old brother. Ramarley was unarmed and had not committed a crime. Officers didn't have a warrant to enter Ramarley's home. The Department of Justice has said they are investigating the case, but they have yet to prosecute any of the officers responsible.
In honor of his birthday, give Ramarley and his family a justice gift:
Call the Department of Justice and tell the U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara to fully prosecute Richard Haste and all officers responsible for the murder of Ramarley Graham!
Please do this right now! It will only take literally a minute or 2.
Here's a Sample Script to make it easy for you:
"Hi, I’m calling to ask that U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara prosecute NYPD officer Richard Haste and all officer's responsible for the killing of Ramarley Graham."
That's it! Do it now family! Justice depends on pressure from ALL of us...
North Bronx: Ramarley Graham, an 18-year-old youth of Jamaican descent, was shot and killed by NYPD Officer Richard Haste in the bathroom of his home in front of his grandmother and 6-year-old brother. This occurred after NYPD officers followed Ramarley home and busted into the house without a warrant. Ramarley was unarmed.
Police initially claimed they were in "hot pursuit," but security footage from outside the building told a much different story: Ramarley strolling calmly up the sidewalk and into his building, and minutes later cops running from a different direction and trying to break down the door.
Shortly after the incident Haste was incident on two counts of man slaughter, but upon reviewing the grand jury transcripts a Bronx judge dismissed the charges saying the ADA on the case - Nancy Borko - had made a mistake when instructing the jurors. In August 2013 a second grand jury failed to re-indict Haste. Ramarley’s parents Constance Malcolm and Franclot Graham are currently calling for the Department of Justice to investigate, convene a grand jury and hold all officers responsible for their son’s death accountable.
For more info & to get involved in the fight for Justice for Ramarley, please visit http://ramarleyscall.net.