‘Frozen Zone’ Declared in Brooklyn as Cops Arrest Citizens at Kimani Gray Vigil

Kimani GreyBy Shepard Ambellas
March 14, 2013

FLATBUSH — Protestors massed at the New York Police Department’s 67th precinct in for the last 4 days in disagreement with the killing of Kamani Grey, 16, an innocent boy who was shot dead by local police last Saturday. The protest also serves as a vigil.

Because the police have ordered a “frozen zone” in the area to disperse the vigil anyone can be arrested for not following police orders. The last time a frozen zone was in effect in New york was on the 10th anniversary of 9/11.

A Malcolm X grassroots movement protestor and other citizens were reported to be arrested for as little as being in the street.






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