It is difficult to raise 10% of a $250,000 bail amout to get someone out of jail. Yet earlier this week a judge required 100% of the $250,000 bail. Once the full amout was raised, he questioned whether those contributing used their own money. And, the judge refused to release Hernandez.
If it had not been for Sean King’s diligence and the Robert Kennedy Foundation’s funds, no one knows how much longer this teenager would have to remain in jail at Rikers waiting for trial since three years has already passed.
See the Black America Web link below for a horrific example of two types of justice in America: Justice for the haves and in-Justice for the have nots.
Is America re-living how she treated people of color and the poor in the early and mid twentieth century?
If you have not already “Slavery By Another Name” (Now a movie on PBS TV 30) and the “New Jim Crow. You must fully understand the plan before you can effectively respond and bring about change.
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