I'm asking a million people to sign a petition today, to support families who are grieving the lost of a love one.
Business and Business owners are still keeping their doors open, when a victim has been shot and killed in front of their store or restaurant.
If a victim of crime racial or unjust has happen at a business, during business our that store needs to be closed for 24 hours to support the victims grieving family.
I would love for the bill to pass so that, the next victim who is murder at a place of business, that store would hang a sign on its door saying closed to support the grieving families.
And if a business or business owner, continue to have their door open for business while a human being dies on their property they need to be fine up to $100,00 and the fund goes to the victims family.
A man died at a grocery store in the Powderhorn Park neighborhood of Minneapolis, and that store did not closed its doors, to support the grieving family.
Another man died at a Wendy's Family Restaurant in Atlanta Georgia, and that restaurant did not close its doors, to support the grieving family.
My older brother VanTerry Fields was shot and killed in front of his 21-month-old son in front of the 7-Evelen convenience store chain located on 5201 Chamberlayne Ave, Richmond, VA 23222 on Thursday August 27, 2020.
My brother was a single father with 4 kids, he was a very kind a gentle soul who loved his family.
Please help me with a million signatures, to support all the grieving families all across America.
Thank you in advance
Still grieving the lost of my brother