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|Keywords:|| missing-wisconsin-house-ps-181016_hpEmbed_8x5_992 / The murder of Emantic Bradford Jr
Without a doubt / this is about a police a shooting that happened just 5 days after this dream and without a doubt / this is a hate crime and Emantic Bradford Jr was mur|
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|IPTC Keywords:||missing-wisconsin-house-ps-181016_hpEmbed_8x5_992 The murder of Emantic Bradford Jr
Without a doubt this is about a police a shooting that happened just 5 days after this dream and without a doubt this is a hate crime and Emantic Bradford Jr was murdered because of his race. The phone number on this dream drawing is the exact store Emantic was killed in front of at the Riverchase Galleria in Birmingham Alabama..not sure about the rest but it could be important in upcoming events.
Without a doubt Alabama..not sure about the rest but it could be important in upcoming events.
The numbers in circles maybe from another dream that night possibly lottery numbers.
Not sure how these phone numbers are connected to this awful event I smelled the blood in this dream the letter A and this might be a company logo also as of right now 11/19/18 11:32 EST this has not happened also not sure why the number 4 shows up so many times.
The shooting of Emantic Fitzgerald Bradford Jr.
On November 22nd 2018 an African-American man named Emantic Fitzgerald Bradford Jr. (1996/97 – November 22 2018) was shot and killed by police at the Riverchase Galleria shopping mall in Hoover Alabama.
The Hoover Police Department set up a Mobile Command Center near the Galleria by Tuesday November 20th The use of the Command Center was focused on traffic in the area and providing security to the Galleria.
At approximately 9:52 PM local time 2018 on November 22nd an altercation occurred during the lead up to the 2018 Black Friday. The altercation involved Bradford an 18-year-old male and at least an unknown third person near the Footaction store on the second level of the mall. The 18-year-old and a nearly 12-year-old girl were both hit by gunfire and the unknown person fled the area. Quickly after the shooting two officers from the Hoover Police Department approached Bradford who was armed. One of the officers fired at Bradford which killed him inside of Galleria. Bradford was not immediately identified outside of unofficial statements but would be confirmed to be the initial shooter by Chief Derzis of the Hoover Police Department during a press conference. The injured 18-year-old and 12-year-old were taken to different hospitals with the 18-year-old placed in serious condition with two shots to the torso and the 12-year-old in stable condition with a lodged bullet near the spine. The mall would close for the night.
Early in the morning The Hoover Police Department released an official press release that clarified that the Sheriff's Office would investigate the shooting. The Galleria reopened for Black Friday sales at 7AM local time. During the investigation into the shooting an additional gun was found in the Santa's Village portion of the Galleria. Doubt grew that Bradford was the initial shooter and in a press conference Captain Rector of the Hoover Police Department stated that the initial shooter would need to be determined by the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office investigation into the initial shooting. Captain Rector also stated that they believe the initial altercation had more people involved than originally determined and clarified that a separate investigation by the Hoover Police Department would occur for the police shooting. Late in the evening the Hoover Police Department issued a correction saying that Bradford was not the shooter. They said the shooter was not in custody. Furthermore the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency took over as lead investigator of the shootings.
The injured 12-year-old was revealed to have fractured a rib in the initial shooting but that their spine was undamaged.
Protests were organized by a Birmingham activist group called Justice League and occurred on Saturday though with limited media due to members being prohibited from entering the mall. Protestors also called for a boycott of the Galleria.
The family of Bradford was revealed to have hired civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump. Additionally the Alabama chapter of the NAACP issued a press release condemning the "extreme and excessive police force."
At a press conference in Birmingham Benjamin Crump claimed that witnesses to both shootings described the responding offers as not revealing that they were an undercover officer or make any orders to people nearby before shooting Bradford. Bradford was apparently trying to clear the area when the officers reach the scene of the initial shooting and prevented Bradford for receiving aid to a gunshot wound to the face. It was claimed that the gun on Bradford was not in his hands but attached to his pants.
According to various members of Bradford's family no one from the Hoover Police Department had informed them of his death. In addition they had yet to be provided with any details of the police shooting. One of Bradford's relatives called for the resignation of both Chief Derzis and Hoover Mayor Frank Brocato for their actions shortly after Bradford's death.
A protest was being planned for Monday night at the Hoover City Jail.
A 70-year-old woman was revealed to have been injured by a fall during their attempt to flee the area. The woman sustained multiple pelvic fractures along with internal bleeding and bleeding of the brain. They were the third reported injury from the two shootings.|
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