drop all charges
  • Petitioned Justice for shanice lormil and Nanyamka Mead

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Justice for shanice lormil and Nanyamka Mead

drop all charges

    1. Jalissa Foster
    2. Petition by

      Jalissa Foster

      brooklyn, United States

2 girls with dreams and ambition is being faced with 7 years of something they didnt even start, why waste 7 years in jail when they can be in school making a better future and becoming somebody. Is that the message we send our children. They always say "i want you to become somebody", but always throw the innocent kids in jail. Why? Arent we the future? 

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    Reasons for signing

    • Thierry Gation 11208, NY
      • about 1 year ago

      An injustice anywhere is an injustice everywhere.- Dr. M. L. King

    • jamal coote HARRISON, NJ
      • over 1 year ago

      i feel that this is wrong

    • Ruth Albert BROOKLYN, NY
      • over 1 year ago

      This girl's family has had a major impact not only in my life but the lives of many others. As a young adult that personally knew this young ladynI can seriously say that this is an incredible injustice. She is not a monster and I know if given the chance the real perpetrator has it would've had a great deal of impact on her life. She is a very ambitious young lady that has a very bright future. If there is anyone that can do something positive about an injustice so great I urge you to do so because this young lady really is a good kid.

    • Isaiah Canady NEW YORK, NY
      • over 1 year ago

      I am signing because the prison system is a well designed deathtrap for anyone that is black and anything I can do to help one of my family members escape the death plot called prison I will do it.

    • Natalie Chery BROOKLYN, NY
      • over 1 year ago

      I believe that shanice does not deserve 7 years that is really uncalled for people I know fights or jump don't even get 7 years nor get sentence at least community service is understandable


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