Mother of Tuskegee Student Shot 76 Times By Police, Holding Rally Today in ATL

  Also, several bullets (slugs) were extracted from the inside of the floor of the apartment directly in the location where Jamarion laid, which would suggest the shooter stood directly over Jamarion and fired straight down into his body. Coincidentally, there is no body cam footage from any officer involved. East Point police were at the scene to assist the U.S. Marshals. They have dash cam recording devices, but the department said the officers that day drove the new police cars which did not have cameras installed. Jamarion was a former student athlete at Clark Atlanta University where he was recognized as Freshman Player of the year at CAU. At the time of his death, he was currently a student athlete at Tuskegee University where he majored in Biology.  His mother says, “Jamarion was family oriented, respectful especially to those in authority.  We called him Daddy Daycare because he loved children and would keep all his nephew and younger cousins.” Two days before his death, he contacted his coach at Tuskegee University to notify him that his final paperwork was complete and that he would see him the following week at football camp. This would have been Jamarion’s last semester at Tuskegee University.  Atlanta Area Community please come out and support our sister, this family and our community, The CNN Center, 190 Marietta St NW, Atlanta, GA -3pm. For more info, you can visit Facebook.com/JamarionRobinson, Twitter @justiceforjam and Instagram @justiceforjam, Website: www.justiceforjam.com        ]]>

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