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My Brother's Killing Messed Me Up []


By Tyrone, Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, October 7, 2019

March 7, 2012 my oldest brother was killed. He was killed by the NOPD (New Orleans Police Department).

Coming home from school March 7, 2012, my oldest brother and his friend was sitting outside. They were just chilling and talking. Once he saw my siblings and I get off the school bus, he told us not to come outside until we finished our homework. I told him “OK” and we walked past him to the front door.

First thing I remember doing was going to my mother’s bedroom to start my homework. I started to doze off in my mother’s bed. Before I fell completely asleep I saw my brother and his friend go upstairs to my second oldest brother’s room. I fell completely asleep after that.

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