"What happens to any of us, anywhere in the world, had better be the business of us all!!!"
~Mrs. Mamie Till, Mother of Emmett Till
"My issue is not your issue today, but ignoring my issue will allow one day for my issue to become your issue." ~Ms. Mary Couey, Mother of Keith Warren
"My message to you is please use my story, please use my tragedy, please use my broken heart to say to yourself, `We cannot let this happen to anybody else's child.'" ~Ms. Sabrina Fulton, Mother of Trayvon Martin
The irony of these three statements made 31 years and respectfully 27 years apart is that ALL are from grieving mothers, each losing their sons to injustice, and ALL with the same message. Will this message apply to another mother or a father in the next 31 years? Until local law enforcement takes on the responsibility and accountability of their individual officers, to me, quotes such as these from grieving mothers will eventually fill several books that will continue to multiply by 10 each passing year. – Sherri Warren, Sister of Keith Warren
Justice For Keith Warren
Guest: Sis. Sherri Warren (The Sister Of Keith Warren)
Mary Couey, the mother, (seated) with her kids, Keith and Sherri Warren, and family dog
Video: Sherri Warren Talking About The Death Of Her Brother Keith Warren On The 25th Anniversary Of His Mysterious Death
The only difference between Trayvon Martin and Keith Warren is the Machine called Social Media...
Story of the Death of Keith Warren
Keith died in Silver Spring, Maryland in 1986, one month away from starting college. Paramedics found Keith in a wooded area behind the family townhouse, hanging from a tree by the neck, bent double with his weight. After a very brief investigation, the authorities concluded that Keith had committed suicide and closed the case despite the fact that the rope was tied around the bigger tree to support the smaller tree, and the fork in the tree through which the rope was pulled was at least 18 ft. high. How can a suicide victim tie ropes around two separate trees and hoist themselves up?
There was no suicide note or any other evidence for the officer to rule it a suicide. The officer released the body to the funeral home of his choice, which embalmed the body prior to notifying the family. It took the officer five hours to notify Keith’s mother that he was dead, even though he had her work address and phone number. A witness says that before Keith’s death, a car full of suspicious characters were looking for him, the type of individuals Keith did not associate with. Several days later and the night before Keith’s body was found, another man was desperately looking for Keith by the name of Mark Finley.
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Washington Post: Sister On Mission To Prove Brother Didn’t Take His Own Life
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Echoes of Emmett
Scheduled Guests: Bro. Devery Anderson, Bro. Alvin Sykes, Bro. Johnny B. Thomas, Sis. LaShawnda Crowe Storm
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W.E. A.L.L. B.E News has done concerning the Emmett Till legacy…
My Father Helped Kill Emmett Till: Healing from the Sins of Thy Father
"i-Witness History: A Case Study Of Southern Justice...The Emmett Till Case. Dr. Hugh Stephen Whitaker Interview" 2009
"The Shame Of A Nation...The Emmett Till Legacy..." (A Conversation With Dr. Linda Beito & Bro. Devery Anderson) 3/11/2009
Thank You Emmett Till.
W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio Special~Susan Klopfer: Blogging For Justice & History For Emmett Till & The Mississippi Delta...Using 21st Century Technology To Get Justice & Archive History For 20th Century Atrocities In The Mississippi Delta...
W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio Special~Meet Alvin Sykes: Civil Rights Cold Case Justice Crusader...
W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio: Never Too Late For Justice: Heating Up The Civil Rights Cold Case Files...Keith Beauchamp Interview
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