She continued: “There are peaceful demonstrators in this city and the whole country. I applaud them. I thank them for their peace, and thank them for the lives of so many people killed in the United States because of injustice.” “But This random, wild west, because it can, so to shoot them to death, it must stop. It must stop.”
The emotional appeal of Bottoms occurred in August when Secoriea Turner was injured a day not far from Wendy’s restaurant on Saturday night. The restaurant has become a place for protest. In June, an Atlanta police officer shot and killed a black black man behind the restaurant Brooks. 1
But Bartoms emphasized on Sunday that the recent shooting incident has wounded more than 20 people, including the death of several people including Secoriea, and the police did not go wrong. Instead, Bartoms condemned the use of Georgia’s carry-on laws by members of armed communities and “causing damage” to the city.
“Enough is enough,” said the bottom. “You can’t blame this on the police. You can’t say it’s related to criminal justice reform. It’s about someone with a weapon, shooting an 8-year-old baby in a car. For what?”
The undergarment ordered people, those who walked around with guns found near Wendy, to leave immediately. WXIA reported that shortly after the news conference on Sunday, another shooting incident near the restaurant killed one person and injured at least two others.
“We have no more discussions. She said. “If you want to be part of the solution, not the problem, then you will have to clear the field. “
According to the Atlanta News Constitution, the Wendy Ruins where Brooks was killed have become a hot spot for protests. Some demonstrators showed up with spears at the scene and set up barricades on the streets. According to reports, last month, Brooks cleaned up the area one day after the funeral on June 23, but Bartoms said on Sunday that she received news that she was informed about Secoria’s death before Within an hour, the obstacle has been restored.
Police said Secoriea was riding with her mother and another adult on Saturday night when they tried to turn into a corporate parking lot across Wendy Street. Interim police chief Rodney Bryant said at a news conference on Sunday that the car was “faced by a group of armed men who blocked the entrance at the time”.
Bryant said: “At some point, someone in the group opened fire on the vehicle and repeatedly hit children in the vehicle.” Bryant condemned the shooting as “meaningless violence.”
He said that Secoriea was taken to a nearby hospital and she died later.
“She died in my arms,” Secoriea’s mother Charmaine Turner told reporters with tears on Sunday before she cried and was taken out of the press conference by her family.
Officials and relatives of Secoriea begged the public to help identify the people involved, who were described by the police as “a group of black men”. It is believed that one of the shooters was wearing “all black, wearing bounty hunter clothes”, while the other was wearing a white T-shirt. According to WAGA, information rewards are now as high as $10,000.
BREAKING: A $10,000 award was awarded for the shooting death of 8-year-old Secoriea Turner. Call 404-617-3012 and provide information about this case. pic.twitter.com/57dVNQVmgV
-Atlanta FOX 5 (@FOX5Atlanta) July 5, 2020
The bottom blew up the suspicious shooter’s “coward” and urged people to avoid non-peaceful demonstrations.
“In this country, tens of thousands of people are meeting peacefully, trying to achieve change, and then people who are undermined, they are doing this, harming all of us. In this case, it would harm an 8-year-old child Life,” she said. “If you are part of these destructive and fatal gatherings, then Secoria Turner’s blood will also be in your hands.”
The death of the young girl also caused the response of Georgia Governor Brian Kemp (R), who tweeted: “Our hearts are broken by this meaningless and precious life.”
Camp said on Twitter: “The recent lawlessness is shocking and unacceptable.” “Georgians, including people in uniforms, must be protected from crime and violence.”
This recent lawlessness is unacceptable. Georgians, including those in uniforms, must be protected from crime and violence. When we are ready to assist local leaders to restore peace and maintain order, without them, we will act without hesitation. https://t.co/NTacEm4v7o
-Governor Brian P. Kemp (@GovKemp) July 6, 2020
On Sunday, Secoriea’s father, Secoriya Williamson, together with officials, condemned those who turned to violence during the protest.
Williamson said: “They said that later life is very important.” “You killed yourself. This time you killed yourself.”