Thursday, November 16, 2006 - `Someone needs to speak up'

A year ago, Amon Beckles was fatally shot outside his best friend's funeral
Silent witnesses frustrate his mother and police, writes Tracy Huffman

Exactly what I am talking about in my post below about Fantino: if the police had the resepct of the community, and believed that they are there to help them and not shake them down because they are "observed in a high crime area, known for ..." [as I so often see in my disclosure reports], then perhaps people would be more likley to come forward.    As Nietzsce said: "The consequences of our actions take hold of us quite indifferent to our claim that meanwhile we have "improved"."

Source: - `Someone needs to speak up'

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