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kararikue:

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kateceratops:

People are giving Wilson money to thank him for killing an unarmed black teenager. Please report this to GoFundMe, as it violates their Terms of Service and they get 5% of the tens of thousands of dollars being donated. Click to report.

This is my message, in case you want to copy and paste:

Your Terms of Service prohibit “items that promote… hate, racial intolerance, or the financial exploitation of a crime.” Take a look at the comments that come with the donations on this page and tell me that doesn’t violate your terms. “Support Officer Wilson” is a thin veil for people rewarding Wilson for killing a black kid.

Reporting this fuck out of this racist shit.

Done. It takes like a minute. Fuck this white asshole and his racists supporters. He shouldn’t profit 200k from killing a black child.

For cut-paste: the url is http://www.gofundme.com/supportofficerwilson.

I wrote:

Your Terms of Service prohibit “items that promote… hate, racial intolerance, or the financial exploitation of a crime.” Based on the scores of comments on the “Support Officer Wilson” page, the beneficiary—and by extent, gofundme.com, due to the 5% fee—is being financially rewarded for having shot and killed a Black teenager, an act for which Officer Wilson is currently under review for possible indictment. This clearly violates you terms, as people are paying him for having committed a crime.

thesda:

zebablah:

flawlessxqueen:

This is the young man that was walking with Mike Brown,

horrifying.

please watch this

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