Sunday, August 31, 2008

Mainstream Media Coverage of RBMF March

News 4 NEW YORK -- Three years after her son was murdered, the mother of a gay Bushwick teenager is hoping for a break in the case and that her son's killer will be brought to justice.

Rashawn Brazell's dismembered body parts were found in garbage bags strewn throughout Brooklyn, including the Nostrand Avenue subway station.

On Saturday, dozens of people marched in memory of the 19-year-old whose life was brutally cut short.

Brazell's mother said she hopes the march will lead to a tip that will help detectives solve the murder.

Gay activists and members of the Bushwick community have established a memorial fund for Rashawn Brazell to fight against racism and homophobia.

Watch video report.

1 Comments:

Blogger thegayte-keeper said...

I HATE TO HEAR ABOUT THINGS LIKE THIS...BUT JUSTICE WILL SERVED ONE WAY OR ANOTHER

10:11 PM  

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