Target: Colin Sutherland, Lord Justice General
Goal: Demand the maximum penalty for the gang members who reportedly threw bricks at a disabled man simply because he was black.
Hooded gang members threw bricks at a disabled man, reportedly because he was black. The gang members are accused of attacking the man on multiple occasions prior to this without prosecution. Demand justice for this innocent man.
“I do not feel safe living here. There were shouting at me and calling me a black b*****d, throwing fireworks and bricks at me, and yet no one came to help,” stated Able Miller. The 62-year-old Glasgow man said he confronted the gang after they launched a firework at his car. Unable to walk without crutches, Miller was forced to take cover inside of the home that he shares with his 13-year-old daughter.
Local police are investigating, but have not identified the suspects yet. Sign below and demand the maximum penalty in this case.
Dear General Sutherland,
A gang attacked a disabled black man, reportedly because of his race. They shot a firework at his car and assaulted him with bricks. We demand justice for this innocent man.
“These people have never been prosecuted before and after the latest attack against me and my family, I feel totally helpless,” states Able Miller. This same gang has reportedly attacked him and his family no less than 17 times. The latest attack resulted in his daughter, who has Down’s syndrome, hiding in her room.
It is time to find those responsible and bring them to justice. We demand that you seek the maximum penalty in this case.
[Your Name Here]
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