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#JusticeForTylek: Tylek Marshall, a Georgia high school graduate, was brutally beaten by grown white men, for attending graduation party, smashing Marshall’s hand in his truck door jam, and when reported to the law enforcement, his father was told they have “more important cases” [PHOTO]

Tylek Marshall is a young man, who just graduated from high school, in Miller County, Georgia. Attending a graduation party, with friends, mostly white, he was confronted by adults who told him he didn't belong there. Arguing ensued, and Tylek Marshall attempted to get into his vehicle, and leave, but the adults cornered and beat him, even closing his hand into the door jam, leaving his hand bloodied, and feeling lost in one finger. While his friends tried to help him, he was still beaten, with one friend managing to drive him home. Marshall's father spoke out, saying he notified local law enforcement, only for them to get back to him late, later telling him they were focused on "more important" cases.

Tylek Marshall is a young man, who just graduated from high school, in Miller County, Georgia. Attending a graduation party, with friends, mostly white, he was confronted by adults who told him he didn't belong there. Arguing ensued, and Tylek Marshall attempted to get into his vehicle, and leave, but the adults cornered and beat him, even closing his hand into the door jam, leaving his hand bloodied, and feeling lost in one finger. While his friends tried to help him, he was still beaten, with one friend managing to drive him home. Marshall's father spoke out, saying he notified local law enforcement, only for them to get back to him late, later telling him they were focused on "more important" cases.By Bossyy
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

It’s bad enough that Coronavirus has pretty much ruined the year, in terms of socializing, but it has ruined the rituals of completing high school. There are the proms, the graduations, and the parties. All of that is on hold, due to COVID-19.

In the midst of this outbreak, race relations between white and black people have reached a 50-year low. High school graduate, Tylek Marshall, is one of the more-recent victims of racism. The young man graduated high school and his friends threw a party.

Tylek Marshall is a native of Miller County, Georgia, and attended a graduation party thrown by some of his white friends. When the adults arrived, they told Marshall he didn’t belong, leading to an argument, and then a fight. The fight led to them closing his hand into his own truck’s door jam, as he attempted to leave, according to his father’s Facebook status, where he detailed his son telling him he was afraid, being black, for the first time in his life.

On Twitter and Facebook, the people are demanding justice.

Read the #JusticeForTylek tweets below:

Tylek Marshall is a young man, who just graduated from high school, in Miller County, Georgia. Attending a graduation party, with friends, mostly white, he was confronted by adults who told him he didn't belong there. Arguing ensued, and Tylek Marshall attempted to get into his vehicle, and leave, but the adults cornered and beat him, even closing his hand into the door jam, leaving his hand bloodied, and feeling lost in one finger. While his friends tried to help him, he was still beaten, with one friend managing to drive him home. Marshall's father spoke out, saying he notified local law enforcement, only for them to get back to him late, later telling him they were focused on "more important" cases.Tylek Marshall is a young man, who just graduated from high school, in Miller County, Georgia. Attending a graduation party, with friends, mostly white, he was confronted by adults who told him he didn't belong there. Arguing ensued, and Tylek Marshall attempted to get into his vehicle, and leave, but the adults cornered and beat him, even closing his hand into the door jam, leaving his hand bloodied, and feeling lost in one finger. While his friends tried to help him, he was still beaten, with one friend managing to drive him home. Marshall's father spoke out, saying he notified local law enforcement, only for them to get back to him late, later telling him they were focused on "more important" cases.

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