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March and Rally for Justice for Terry Amons, Jr.
Date Saturday November 24
Time 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Event Type Protest
Organizer/AuthorOscar Grant Committee
Location Details
Meet: 1399 Buchanan Road, Pittsburg, CA 94565
March to: Buchanan Park, 4150 Harbor Street, Pittsburg
Pittsburg Police or the People of Pittsburg?

Terry Amons, Jr., a 43 year old Black man, was shot and killed by Pittsburgh police late Friday night on January 12, 2018, while eating dinner inside his car outside of Nations Burgers in Pittsburgh. The police claim that Terry was reaching for a gun, but body cam video does not support this claim. We hold the Pittsburgh PD responsible for murdering an innocent Black man.
Terry’s mother, Sandra, said: “They executed my son. The Pittsburgh Police Department (PPD) illegally, without a warrant, searched Terry’s home after they killed him.”. The PPD did not provide Terry’s family with the names of the officers involved. The Law Enforcement Officers Bill of Rights is the legal justification for withholding this information. Only months later did the Oscar Grant Committee learn the names of the Police Officers involved: Dillon Tindall, who fired the shots, and Jesus Arellano. According to the East Bay Times, the body cam video shows Terry being shot by Tindall after shouting “Do not reach for that fucking gun.” As Terry falls out of the car., he continues to say, “I wasn’t reaching for nothing, I swear to God.” Then the officers handcuffed him. Terry died at John Muir Medical Center in Martinez.
According to attorney John Burris, “I must admit, I do not see (Amons) reaching for that gun. I see him playing around with gloves, but certainly not reaching. He was trying to comply,” “I have reservations about the justification of this shooting, frankly.”
The family is considering filing a lawsuit.

Terry's family deserves justice.
YOU BE THE JUDGE: Watch the Body Cam Video at:
Terry Amons Jr.
March 1, 1974-January 12, 2018
Please join us to rally together and unite against police terror.
Saturday, November 24, 2018 • 2pm-4pm
Meet: 1399 Buchanan Road, Pittsburg, CA 94565
March to: Buchanan Park, 4150 Harbor Street, Pittsburg
Potluck BBQ at end of March • Info: 510-674-8181

The Oscar Grant Committee Against Police Brutality and State Repression was born from the struggle for justice for Oscar Grant, murdered by BART police on Jan 1, 2009. We organize working class resistance in support of families whose loved ones were murdered by police.
JOIN US, our meetings are normally on the First Monday of every month at 7:00 PM at the Niebyl-Proctor Marxist Library, 6501 Telegraph Avenue in North Oakland. Confirm date and time at:
http://www.oscargrantcommittee.orgoscargrantcommittee.ogc [at]
An Injury to One is an Injury to All. • Without Struggle, There is No Justice.
Labor Donated by Oscar Grant Committee Volunteers • November 2018

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