JUSTICE FOR THE KILLING OF MOMODOU LAMIN SISAY

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A citizen of Lithonia, Georgia named Momodou Lamin Sisay was pursued by the police in the town of Snellville for a “vehicle tag violation” on May 29th, 2020. The reports states that Mr. Sisay refused to pull over and therefore started a car chase and stand off with the SWAT team. Possibly in fear for his life, due to so many wrongful killing of blacks by law enforcements as seen in recent news all over the nation, Mr. Sisay made it clear that he was armed with a handgun. Shots were fired and after the exchange of gunfire, Sisay was found dead at the scene.

Momodou Lamin Sisay was the son of Lare Sisay, a United Nations diplomat. After this news reached the African community in Georgia and Gambian citizens, they are demanded video and footage to be released to back up the claims of the Snellville police department. Africans leaders and Gambian foreign affairs have pressured the American government for more information and The Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) said in a statement on Friday that it had been asked by the police department in the town of Snellville to investigate an officer involved in the shooting of a driver following a car chase. But until justice is served we cannot rest, show your support by signing and bringing awareness.