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Jail Killer Cops! Justice for the Three Drowned Black Girls! - InPDUM


On March 31st, 2016, three African teenage girls, Laniya Miller (15), Ashaunti Butler (15), and Dominique Battle (16), were drowned and murdered by Pinellas County Sheriff’s Deputies in St. Petersburg, Florida.

They were illegally chased by Deputy Howard Skaggs and pursued down a winding path that led to a pond. The car of the girls landed fifteen feet away from 17 sheriff’s deputies who are all trained as first responders (meaning they are trained for water rescue), and they did absolutely nothing for almost six whole minutes except watched as the girls drowned.

Sheriff Bob Gualtieri lied about the events of the case and even praised his cowardly deputies. He also closed the investigation.

The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Department has a vicious rap sheet with the Black Communities of St. Petersburg, Florida. They have murdered African people and kept murderers like Skaggs employed (Skaggs in 2002 also killed a black teenager – Laboriel Felton, 18 – by beating him to death and leaving him to drown in a pond).

We’re saying justice for these three girls in the form of the immediate resignation of Sheriff Bob Gualtieri, criminal charges against Deputy Howard Skaggs and all other deputies involved in the murder of the girls, reparations to the families of the girls, and Black Community Control of the Police.

1 Comment

Darnell Green – September 19, 2017

What I think words can’t express. But I will say real change is needed,change that builds mountains,change that builds strong Communities,change that open the eyes of our people for they can understand they don’t have to fear anyone,change that give our young generations very new direction,change that no one can over turn. We need new vision,and wise people that understand what our people need,and fully understand how to get their,and don’t let foolish people control the direction we should go.That’s my concern,because to many issues had been over looked because our people take money over deaths.

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