16 Year Old Gymnast Shot Dead by Police For Holding a Stick, Cops Seize Video Footage

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John Vibes | The Free Thought Project




NEW MEXICO — In the past year, police in New Mexico have become notorious for killing innocent people.

The most recent wrongful death took place in Espanola, when a police officer shot an unarmed 16 year old Gymnast for no reason.

16 year old Victor Vialpando was a gymnast, dancer and a teacher at Moving Arts Espanola.

According to his family he has no criminal record.

The police claim that he pointed a weapon at them, but the boy was unarmed and the police are refusing to release security camera footage that would corroborate their story.

Close friends of Victor believe that he may have had a stick that he was using to practice a dance routine, which he often does.

I can’t fathom him even having a gun on his body, much less holding it and pointing it at somebody,” a friend said.

In recent months Albuquerque, New Mexico has taken center stage in the fight against police brutality.

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The Albuquerque Police Department is traditionally known for their aggression and constant abuses of power, but recently the whole country started to take notice when a group of police killed a homeless man in cold blood, because he was camping in a public park.

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  • Bobbie Jo Justice

    People need to tell the police, release the footage, and we mean TODAY, or we are shooting you, your choice.

    • unknown

      we also need better laws that require police to speak and not hide and fake documents and come up with a story for 2 weeks