Tell Washtenaw County Prosecuting Attorney Brian Mackie, to drop all felonious charges against Bashir Garain. Bashir Garain, 18, Pioneer High School senior, along with two other African-American boys, are being charged with felonies for the Huron vs Pioneer football Brawl. The brawl consisted of at least 60 participating players of all ethnic backgrounds. However, not one player of non African-American descent has been suspended, expelled and/or criminally charged with felonies. Their coaches were the initiators of this brawl. None of whom have been found criminally responsible. One was fired (Coach Vince Wortmann, African-American), one has retired (Coach Paul Test) and the other (Coach Corry Gildersleeve) whom incited the riotous brawl, is still employed (Test/Gildersleeve, non African-American). These players were defending themselves in a hail of chaos. It appears as if prosecuting attorney Brian Mackie and whomever else, is sacrificing these African-American boys lives to cover up gross misconduct and negligence committed by the coaches, athletic directors, school administrators and the Ann Arbor Police department. These are good boys who deserve a honest chance at becoming good men.
URGENT. Bashir Garain because he is 18 is being charged as an adult. He is appearing infront of Judge Donald Sheldon whom does not have the best reputation amongst African-Americans.
Sign the petition then contact Bob Mackie (firstname.lastname@example.org), your congressman (http://www.house.gov/representatives/find/), your pastor, the news, NAACP (email@example.com), NAN (Rev Al Sharpton, firstname.lastname@example.org), the AAPS School Board (email@example.com) ask questions and spread the word. Just do something. It takes a village to SAVE a child. TOGETHER WE MUST STOP THIS MODERN DAY LYNCHING!!!
--This petition is not authorized by Bashir Garain or his family. This petition was started by a concerned citizen over the injustice being committed in this situation. As a concerned citizen I took it upon myself to answer the question "what can I do?".