Justice for Jamarion Robinson

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Jamarion Robinson was only 26 years old when members of the Metro Atlanta Fugitive Task Force conducted a raid at his girlfriend's East Point apartment. They were attempting to serve an arrest warrant for allegdly shooting at an Atlanta PD officer a week prior. U.S Marshals along with the task force entered the apartment using force and opened fire on Jamarion 95 times 76 of which entered his body.He was unarmed.They threw grenades at him and burnt his body.It was also concluded that 2 shots were fired by an officer standing over him while he was already on the floor. They then proceeded to drag his hancuffed body down the stairs His body laid lifeless in the apartment for 8 hours. After his death the police showed family members a picture of the suspect they were looking for. IT WAS NOT JAMARION. Fulton County DA currently has a lawsuit against the Department of Justice for with holding information. Officer William T. Saul is an officer making headlines for his involvement of the tasing and arrest of two AUC center students ,Taniyah Pilgrim and Messiah Young (broadcasted on CNN) during the recent BLM protests in Atlanta. He has also been implicated in the involvement of the shooting of Jamarion .Jamarion's mother, Monteria Robinson has a federal lawsuit against him for wrongful death. Jamal attended Clark Atlanta University from 2009-2010 and attended Tuskegee University at the time of his death. He struggled with mental health issues but he loved football and his mom. Jamarion is our brother, our father and cousin. HIS VOICE DESERVES TO BE HEARD!