Isus Thompson Defense
How many times will our sons be beat in the streets before the NYPD stops their war on black men?
Not for Much longer with you support!!!
Please sign this petition to stop police brutality and Aid Isus Thompson.
On the eve of June 6, 2008, our loved brother, Isus Thompson was severely beaten and arrested in Queens, NY. Following the NYPD's brutal attack Isus began vomiting and was non-responsive. Isus was then brought to the emergency room at Elmhurst Hospital in an ambulance and on a stretcher; the officers told the hospital that Isus swallowed a bottle of pills. The Hospital's toxicology reports have no trace of any type of pills.
Isus had a severe head laceration, was non-responsive & semi-catatonic. When we first saw Isus he couldn't verbalize or write his responses and could not walk. Isus has been under police custody and moved in/out of hospitals since the night of his arrest. The NYPD is alleging that he is guilty of many ridiculous charges; one a Class A felony in order to try and justify this brutal attack by over 10 plain & uniformed officers. Isus has suffered irreparable harm, lasting physical & psychological trauma and injury.
In order to assist with legal fees and mandatory healthcare expenses benefit concerts, film screenings and various awareness events have been held to raise funds and awareness for the current and upcoming struggle with NYPD and the Queens Assistant District Attorney for his ultimate freedom. Isus is currently on medication and being held on Rikers Island.
Todate all of the artists, musicians, venues, restaurants, service & product providers and DJ’s participating in this mission have generously donated their time & services for Isus.
We humbly request the support of the public in numbers. This petition will help strengthen Isus' case and fuel more concern and awareness regarding police brutality and misconduct. We pray you can assist us in his defense by signing this petition.
Thank u for supporting this just cause, The Thompson Family
For further information contact:
Michelle “Micheboo” Thompson
phone: 347-892-4737 or 718-778-9470