Brandon Marshall speaks on Terence Crutcher shooting

2021年11月1日 by 没有评论

Night net null null Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall drew eyeballs as the first player in the regular season to kneel during the national anthem, and now he’s discussing the recent shooting of Terence Crutcher by police in Tulsa, Okla.“I did see the Terence Crutcher video,” Marshall said Tuesday, via The Denver Post. “It’s very saddening, especially to hear someone in the helicopter say, ‘That looks like a bad dude.’ How does that look like a bad dude? You’re way up in the air. That’s something that’s disturbing, but that’s exactly the reason we’re protesting." STEELE: Kaepernick critics' silence speaks volumesCrutcher, a black man, was unarmed last week when he was fatally shot in the street by police. The incident was caught on dash cam and helicopter cameras. "One thing I have an issue with is people are really, extremely (ticked off) and mad about us kneeling and protesting peacefully. How c

ome they don’t have that same type of anger toward the situations that are going on? I think everybody needs to check themselves."