[Video] Rev. Harris Leads 300 People to The Vallejo Police To Protest EXECUTION Of Mr. Mario Romero
Press Release from "National Network In Action" (www.nationalnetworkinaciton.org):Date: 9-4-12
Time: 12 noon
Location: Vallejo 111 Amador St. Vallejo, CA 94590
Contact: Rev. Floyd D. Harris Jr [559-803-0286]
Rev. Floyd D. Harris Jr National President of The National Network In Action a civil and human rights organization will be holding a Press Conference and a March in front of the Vallejo Police Department. In the recent brutal murder of Mr. Mario Romero by the Vallejo Police Department early Sunday morning. There were two young men whom police confronted. Witness reported that Mr. Romero never got out of his car when officers open fire shooting 30 times into the car reported by witness. There were no reports of Mr. Romero shooting at the Vallejo Police. The minority community is taking a stand for justice against the ROUGE COPS of the Vallejo Police. There has been 7 officers involved shooting and 5 of the shooting has been fatal. The Vallejo Police Department don't have the right to be the JUDGE, JURY AND EXECUTOR.
"He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it" - Dr. Martin Luther King
Letter Given To Mayor:
from National Network In Action
To: Honorable Mayor Osby Davis
My name is Rev. Floyd D. Harris Jr I'm the President of the National Network In Action we are civil and human rights organization. As you may know there has been a young man by the name of Mr. Mario Romero who was killed early Sunday morning by your Vallejo Police Department.
I have talked with the family and I'm very saddened to listen too how they have been disrespected by your police department. Your police department has shown no respect to this family on any level. I have read your Vallejo Police Department mission statement it reads: To provide professional law enforcement services that enhance, protect, and promote the quality of life for persons residing, visiting or doing business in the City of Vallejo.
As a pastor I went to candle light vigil Sunday night to give my support to the community and the family. I was approach with dozens of story of residents in your city who have been harass and profiled. As a Pastor and civil right leader I respect your position and must believe that you wouldn't support this type of behavior inside your police department. I'm requesting a meeting with you and the chief of police with the family.
Rev. Floyd Harris Jr
President National Network in Action
Video, part 1 [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M4Q7JLCSGPw]
Video, part 2 [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLvHFl72Akc]
Video, part 3 [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xb8Ayro-h2E]