#hoodiesup for Kenneth Chamberlin
On November 19th, 2011 White Plains New York police shot and killed 68-year-old Kenneth Chamberlain inside his White Plains apartment after his Medic Alert bracelet was accidentally activated. Yesterday a Grand Jury declined to indict any of the police officers involved, even though several of them already have a history of brutality and racist behavior. Chamberlin was a Marine veteran who served his country, yet to the White Plains police his life had no value.
There are no words to express the outrage that we feel over this injustice. The Million Hoodies Movement for justice asks you to please join us in letting the White Plains Police Department and city officials know that this will not stand. We demand accountability and justice for Kenneth Chamberlin. Below is contact information you can use to register your Opposition to this racist behavior. Please take a few minutes to let White Plains know that Kenneth Chamberlin’s life matters.
Office of the Police Commissioner
77 So. Lexington Avenue 3rd Floor
General Information: (914) 422-6400
Fax: (914) 422-6373
Lt. Michael Fitzmaurice Police
Mayor’s Thomas M. Roach’s Office
Twitter for the White Plains Police Department.