To say this is not a good look is an understatement. On Saturday, at what’s supposed to be the happiest place on Earth, a vicious, nasty family feud broke out.
What makes it all the sadder is that the incident went down in the Toontown section of Disneyland. Witnesses say it began with an argument between family members and escalated into an all-out brawl.
“All participants in the fight were identified after the fight broke out and APD responded to a call of a fight in Disneyland Park, ” according to the Anaheim Police Department.
A spokesperson for APD added this:
“When we arrived, the parties were separated. It was determined they were all family members who were related to one another and they were all uncooperative and did not want anything done.”
Supposedly, a report was taken and everyone involved in the fight was asked to leave the park.
The video, which has been viewed thousands of times on YouTube, shows the altercation between two men, which quickly spirals out of control and ends with women being punched and spit on, and one of the aggressors getting choked out by a bystander.
In the four-minute video, a man in a pink shirt says, ‘Don’t disrespect my daughter…I don’t give a f**k b***h’, leading a woman in a white shirt to spit in his face.
This is Jaquavion Slaton, the 20-year-old who was was shot & killed by Fort Worth Police on Sunday. Community demanding release of body camera video, but FWPD hasn’t said when/if that will happen. #WFAApic.twitter.com/iakQyWrRCl
Continue reading 64 Black Men And Boys Killed By Police
64 Black Men And Boys Killed By Police
UPDATED: 9:54 a.m. EDT, August 14, 2019 --
Police shooting and killing Black males is all but a centuries-old American tradition among law enforcement in the U.S. But the fact that this apparent rite of police passage was still thriving in 2019 and expected to continue well into 2020 and beyond should give any American citizen pause as more and more names of Black males continue to be added to a growing list of victims with what seems like a new shooting every week.
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Other victims' names include, but certainly, aren't limited to: Tamir Rice; Botham Shem Jean; E.J. Bradford; and Michael Brown.
As NewsOne continues covering these shootings that so often go ignored by mainstream media, the below running list Black men and boys who have been shot and killed by police under suspicious circumstances can serve as a tragic reminder of the danger they face upon being born into a world of hate that branded them as suspects since birth.