Attorney General Letitia James Supports Daniel Prude’s Murder & Asks For A Jury Investigation!: The demise of Daniel prude case is not ben not solved it. Attorney Letitia James appointed a jury. The purpose behind assigning jury is for investigating daniel’s death case. Daniels prude incident took place in March.
Since then, prudes family member are asking out loud for justice. However, they have taken a few actions since then. As a result, it is not enough for giving justice to Daniel prude. Hence let us move ahead with the topic and see what attorney general Letitia James says and further inquiry.
Attorney General Letitia James Supports Daniel Prude’s Murder & Asks For A Jury Investigation!
Letitia James Attorney General has given a positive direction to Daniel Prude’s case. Through suspending, seven police officer included in the death case of Prude. However, there is no report on the days of officers suspension. It has been six months since the incident took place.
Though Attorney General decision is taken into consideration by prudes family member, they aren’t satisfied yet. Attorney general Letitia James says “The Prude family and the Rochester community have been through great pain and distress”.
Further, she added “the grand jury would be part of an “exhaustive investigation.” Moreover, they reported a vast gathering of the crow to protest at New York for justice to Daniel Prude. The situation is getting worse every day. Thus, it gets difficult for the officials to control the situation.
What Do Advocates And Officials Have To Say In Response?
Advocates involved said:
“Prude’s death and the actions of seven now-suspended Rochester police officers — including one who covered the Black man’s head with a ‘spit hood’ during the March encounter — demonstrate how police are ill-equipped to deal with people suffering from mental problems.”
Moreover, the advocacy group said:
“Prude’s death is yet another harrowing tragedy, but a story not unfamiliar to us.”
“People in crisis deserve help, not handcuffs,” said Stanley Martin, an organizer of Free the People Rochester. He added, “We do not need violent workers with guns to respond to mental health crises.”
The National Alliance on Mental Illness stated:
“Having police respond can be a recipe for disaster.”