Black father, Kevin Kellom narrates brutal police murder of his son, announces protest and seeks public advocacy for justice.
April 27, 2015 was the day that great joy eluded the Kellom family. It was on this day that Terrance Kellom was murdered in cold blood in the presence of his father and several other family members by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement officer Mitchell Quinn. The ICE department through the Detroit Free Press in defense to the murder claimed that the young man was a suspect in a pizza robbery case and had fled from probation he was serving for a prior weapons offense. But subsequent details proved that the young man was innocent of all the ICE claims.
In an interview with the father of the deceased, Kevin Kellom, BlackMattersUS gathered a much more vivid account of the events on that fateful day and subsequent actions which have been taken and are yet to be taken. Kevin speaks about his son’s ordeal on that day:
Kevin has lost all his fortunes in the fight to seek justice for his murdered son. Worst of all is that the family is financially crippled. That’s why they created their fundraise campaign “In Loving Memory Of Terrence Kellom aka Tee Tee.”
As African-American civil rights activists, we are in solidarity with the family in the wake to seek justice. We solicit for funds from the general Black community and sympathizers to aid this worthy course. A few dollars could make a lot of difference in seeking justice. If you detest injustice, police shootings and other racial brutalities then don’t disappoint the Black fraternity. Support financially and your presence on the day of the protest will be much appreciated.
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