8-year-old Fanta Bility died by the police, justice for her begins on Jan 13 when the court case starts. However, the people charged with her murder didn’t kill her. The details around the case have many local Philadelphia residents are concerned about the case. Activist Jamal Johnson is concerned police may escape reasonability for the girl’s death.
“Hopefully, these police officers can be held accountable,” Johnson said. Police said on the night of Aug. 27, 2021, in Sharon Hill, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Philadelphia, Angelo Ford, 16, and Hasein Strand, 19, got into an argument at a high school football game while the game was ending amid leaving the stadium, tension between Ford and Strand culminated in the two exchanging gunfire at each other.
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