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by J. Lovemore                                                         3:30 PM         

 

 

Yesterday, Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies shot and killed an African American following a physical confrontation with one of the officers. 

 

According to L.A county’s coroner, the victim’s name was Dijon Kizze. Officials stated that Kizze, 29, struck one of the deputies in the face. Seconds later, Kizze dropped his pistol on the concrete leading to the deputy and his partner to draw their guns, opening fire. 

 

The situation that led up to the dilemma was that Kizze broke vehicle code violations by riding his bicycle on Budlong Avenue during the evening time. 

 

When the police officers persuaded the young man, he led them on a foot chase. The deputies caught up with the suspect, and Kizzie threw a punch one of the officers, according to the reports made by Sherriff Lt. Brandon Dean. 

 

Although the sheriff stated he was unaware of the number of shots that were fired at Kizzie, the murder was witnessed by numerous spectators – leading to a large gathering of protestors marching in front of the L.A county’s sheriff's office. 

 

by J. Lovemore                                9:00 PM 

 

The recent passing of actor Chadwick Boseman brought a heavy toll on the world.  His clandestine battle with stage IV colon cancer caused social media to express their sorrow after ridiculing the Get on Up star for his fragile appearance. 

Unfortunately, tears can not hold back for followers who adore the on screen performer. 

Yesterday, actor Michael B. Jordan expressed his cherish moments with his Black Panther co-star. 

 

"One of the last times we spoke, you said we were forever linked" said Jordan on his Instagram post paying homage to Boseman. 

 

"The legends and heroes that you've shown us we are will live on forever." 

 

Chadwick Boseman was an actor who was known for his portrayals of iconic figures in black history - - with films such as 42, Get on Up, and Marshall. In 2016, Boseman was cast as T'Challa in Marvel's Captain America: Civil War.

 

Two years later, Boseman climbed to movie icon status with his standalone superhero film, Black Panther, which was the first black superhero film that grossed over $1 billion dollars. 

On August 28th, Boseman passed away from a four year battle with colon cancer.  

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