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a. good thing. obviously it's been challenging for you. and hard you know to lose a family member it is very hard. he was a little bit drunk he drank that night and then the next morning me i didn't hear from him and i was a will and that's weird and i'm like you must be really mad at me and i didn't hear from him i didn't know what was going on and then they come up to me that the and and then ok what's going on why i mean what i do and i'm like thinking like in my head like ok i haven't done anything bad and i haven't done anything that i can think of anything and then they asked me all where were you got last night and the 1st thing that pops into my whole you know what's going on what's wrong with what you know i told him that he was he came is he in jail is he like her what's wrong with that like the last thing i thought of him was what was wrong with him you know in the last thing and then towards the end they tell me ok we're going to tell you how and. who we found his body. dolphin after i
heard was that i didn't hear anything else i thought they were just going to really make no more he was going on it's not true. you. know and then i just don't remember anything after that after that i remember i was crying crying and not believing it still and i don't really believe it's going to can be truly cannot be true but. they say it gets better to get those winds rosie king's i was it for as we just everyone would say old he was young he wasn't even 21 year and eventually we're going to move out on our own we have plans really happened she's awesome she looks like her which is what. i thought and i think when i look around i see him with a little bit of peace in him but it's hard at the same time because i don't know why it's just when we're trying to get through the life we were never one trade for
her like not to grow up here because you know what do you think he was raised here for him does was it for him this was basically that's it they never got out of here and i want was he to get out and i do her who is going to get i guess to her he's in the loop on through her because that's what's left of. i'm. out. there.
. we only want to. so that's where the big problem with the ponies that i was trying to make it. is they're not covering it up it's a more noble thing with the help and good. to stop it. just literally rough treatment on the street. and nothing there was want to rescue the world one individual who didn't want to go along with the program so we had to rest i'm. sure my little home is known as. the cod during. the c.r.a. joining. would not. be able to sleep
better to call it doesn't look this good i got a. really good look at it look at us they think they tell us they came in a scuffle. took him down because he was talking. you can say what you want to say and all right to put a hand on him you know as will go down around his son tom some time ago. as black police officer it's definitely different. when again i am brittany off rather than you know a black police officer but it's definitely different it works both ways some people some citizens are more comfortable talking to me because i'm black and some people think that i should give people a lot of breaks because i'm black you know i get double tom think oh now that me so
it is my pain a little more stressful being a black police officer down here but. i don't know why but i actually like it i don't want to work on the other team is not like you know. working in this area. are you prepared to go to the andre was on the run. he had got into a domestic dispute with the child's mother she knew he was on the run she still called the police are. not taking anything the same thing negative about her so he fled to the house that was down the street so he gets into a standoff what i would say about. 1520 sheriff's officers if you feel you know you are bad bad bad. bad bad you. know one of those nannies you know you know if you declare yes you. can let you. know.
that you. did it if you do it again. and police are some are right i'm behind a small gang but i can see the camera lens and focus on the andre on the porch it's dark. i don't know if he hasn't gone thank you yet it may be. that i don't know what's going to come out that this is the situation i know i have a lot of aggressive people that's on the scene so we're all just trying to figure fill it out know what's going on that knowing nothing about it you know going to leave you know. you got a moment. is this big long dialog talking back and forth with the sheriff there saying give yourself up you say look i want to run i'm for going to for ever in a penitentiary just grant me the chance to see my girl i'm not going to hurt or i
just want to see my girl and we can all be fair peacefully they were like no give yourself a listen in the dog so he's a gang member in a movie got a tough mentality so he's like not having that you know i'm going to die right here now see. it is a mystery to me. much. easier . being. with you that you. feel guilty. you thought it would help you get some point in your life where. you don't care anymore nobody cares about you so you don't care about anything are they given him his aggression cantars of aggression and i've given him any sympathy like you know what just cause maybe mother knowing that his baby mother isn't a cop car they will say all she wants in a hospital so he's thinking like i'm going to lose my baby life so he's want to on top of anxiety is right now. i told you
you never see friends and other people yet you. know i'm just wondering. if. you are right here this. time to hear about you but you. can't. blame me out of the league. that you've. been on that let you go to your book that is to give. you that your that is that you know you are doing that so we're planning now we're just we're just listen to knock i can feel the tension oh i feel like something's fin to happen you know something's going to happen you don't know to what extent it's going to happen but you can feel it was raised i'm getting goosebumps in this dialogue is going on and in the middle of a dialogue is like a dance science.
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good. way to take up your heart is no doubt whatsoever. that you are. and that. this or that you know it obviously might be on my you can you imagine it maybe i'm your man some of you where it all got you. so as we wait now the tension increases it goes from stylist to the cops time back on give up your self come on right now you're not seeing your baby mother now period you not seeing her you give up yourself right now or worse and in a dog's. leave a man with no options so is very very very tense dog walk around or he's roused up
bring in a dog we're going to dog if you bring in a dog i'm a blast on it was so you go. light you are ok you are kind of a go. but. you are so. good let's argue. they released the dog when they released the dog. he jumps up to protect herself from getting bit like anybody would to shield themselves from getting bit so he gets up with a shoe in his hand he throws it if you. know. when this motion happens we're going to pop pop pop pop pop. it was issued.
you. wanna shoot you got the commander in a bag i didn't tell anybody to shoot i never gave that order to go. blue and polo and you know. they go pick up the dog face in a metal back for the dog and all sentimental back for that the kid has shaken on the ground they still come out with their guns pointed at him like as if he's going to get up he's not going to get up after that nobody's going to have to get shot 88 times they reported 23 shots he was shot 88 times in his body.
right now there's a small little war. it would tween the bounty hunters and great story. we could be eating as minor as a girl because somebody took somebody else's girl so. somebody get shot in a war breaks out. you know in the past gang members would do was you know they committed drive by they would ask you where you're from and if you gave out the wrong answer
. they kill you now. when a gang member commits a drive by or walk up and while someone where you're from doesn't matter what your answer is you can get killed anyway there is no correct answer and i don't know why that started or where that came from but. nowadays if. a gang member asked where you're from listening to his run because going to shot. the gangs are in the schools and there's not a lot of police presence in the school so they basically have free reign there. and it starts off when they're young you know you get the little youngsters out there fighting in the schools. and it spills onto the streets and you know the teachers are out there trying to do the best job they can but it's just a it's a tough environment and you have the good kids that are actually trying to get education they've got to deal with all the gang feuds that are going on. in the schools.
a lot of our students come from single family homes and a large majority of our students around 70 percent of my kids are actually coming from foster homes every kid wants to learn and i don't think that any one of our kids comes with the intention to gangbang every single day that's not part of their agenda. this is the make or door that my kids exit to get home avalon boulevard is
the street that they have to cross over anything cross over walk down to get to a train station or get down to their homes across avalon boulevard and sometimes kids feel unsafe. like high schools run about 7 to 20 years gangs so the dangers that we face that kids come into from school so we have a safe passage program which consist of law enforcement charity public safety was in our pipes cuniform that actually do security on campus and off campus and our community gang in a bid to record former gang members that changed their lives and they kind of helped us with the safe passage safe passage is a 1000 feet from the school so our jurisdiction far has been that the security on campus we could leave 1000 feet from the school. we work in concert with l.a.p.d. and a loss as county sheriff on a side track campus. we are security officers are allowed to carry and cuss pepper spray and firearms if we was a see somebody attacking
a kid we will definitely jump out and stop that person from attacking a kid and yes we can detain him in holding the l.a.p.d. gets. we have had kids get shot you know come to school the 1st that was the 2nd year that we was here with green dad kids walking the school and. you guys walked up to him and then shot him he was a former gay member that was trying to get his life together he was trying to you know. get a good education but you know. you've been tagged as a gang member you know even though you. try to do right ok and look at it like the . l.a.p.d. did a perimeter and there was actually because we. was actually able to make an arrest . right here in l.a. you never know who's going to. have the spirit of moment so some days days
be. happening some days you know it's just. here. going into high school i went to morningstar high school and california. i can remember being around the age of 15 or 16 or we started becoming active gang members after high school i've experienced dayton. enemy and 97 was about 18 and experiencing that situation and having a revealed in front of my homeboys. almost cost me my life. and saying that i remember was 97 and maybe 2 weeks before my graduation one of my homeboys close to me. wanted to kill me and it was like a dark night i just remember it was kind of dark and it was one light twitching and what in that light that was to you know twitching like i remember looking across
the street and it was one of my homeboys from my neighborhood had a trench coat on and he walked up towards me and i remember him telling me i was up and i said well we're here to see me and he put out the 45 and he put it to my face and. what that what then that quick 2nd i snooped the gun very familiar gun i seen all the bullets and the barrel. and he start talking crazy he was on the start talking crazy talking about you know i should be smoked because i'm dana enemy and i understand i know the protocol for females you know like you don't date enemies you don't date other fools from other neighborhoods i think the guys can probably get away with it but for females no and so because i did date somebody from another neighborhood it almost cost my life. he pulled the trigger but it was like a spiritual thing that happened that i can't explain till this day i mean for me i
think it was god that was my transition of changing because when he pulled the trigger the barrel moved but no bullets didn't come out and i blacked out and when i blacked out i remember fallen in his black tunnel i thought i was shot in the hit . i thought i was going to hell because i was in i was in this black tunnel falling and then finally i was just looking back and i'm like where am i like my date already or was going on i'm going to hell and i remember start i started to pray that all father to hell mary because this is things that i kind of remember from catechism and i said you know what i've done live but it's better to go on and pray and just hope that the lord you know forgives me for my sins and i move forward and i remember looking back as i fall in this tunnel it was the virgin mary's hands and i accepted my death and when i accepted my dad i was back and i'm still standing up the person still pull in the trigger and the bullets are not even coming out and it's clicking. and then my mom comes finally he runs and my
monster pulls up and i'm just shocked like oh my god i could have my brains bladdered on the floor 2 weeks before graduation. you know it's difficult to get in and out of south central los angeles and it's it's just a violent area that the level of violence that people live with is unacceptable entirely unacceptable when i was a little girl my peers took me to vietnam when i was in saigon during the tet offensive i was not as afraid in saigon with bombs dropping every day from dusk till dawn as i was when i came back to los angeles because i was the victim in los angeles i didn't feel like i was a victim in vietnam and the level of violence i feel is just the same really even though they don't declare it to be a war zone it is a war zone. cameras in the public housing developments there was
great distain the folks in the community didn't want the cameras there there's already bars on the windows and some of the developments in the community perspective was already living in a prison when you drive by. community it looks like a prison and now you're adding video cameras and now you're watching us and think robbers always watching us we just want to feel like we're a normal community but on the other hand the cameras have been extremely successful as it relates to law enforcement and witness intimidation we've had some murders occur inside jordan downs and caught them on video where we didn't have to ask a community member to put their life in danger and testify because we got it all on video so i think now that it's grown on the community and they realize that we're utilizing it not to suppress them but to help them it's been extremely successful. you know world of big. law and conspiracy it's time to wake up
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