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Tyrese West Death – Dead: A great loss was made known to InsideEko. As friends and families of the deceased are mourning the passing of their loved and cherished Tyrese West.

Having heard about this great loss, the family of this individual is passing through pains, mourning the unexpected passing of their beloved.

This departure was confirmed through social media posts made by Twitter users who pour out tributes, and condolences to the family of the deceased.

RIP Ty’Rese West, his life was taken unjustly at the hands of a police officer in the city of Racine, WI. We all love and miss you, we’re all fighting for you. God bless your family. ✊🏽CrownHundred points symbol #blm #blacklivesmatter #tyresewest #racinewisconsin #art


#tyresewest was riding his bike unarmed last summer and followed by a sargent who then shot him twice in the face and once on his shoulder. his mom didn’t know about his death until 9 hours later. HE DESERVES JUSTICE


May his soul Rest In Peace he dead a way to young because he lives in a community who only cares about the color, of his skin, he dead because of it, we all were talking about how is black life’s matter when it was trending, #TyreseWest rip.


Meet Tyrese West, a young man who was murdered by police for being Black in Racine. We join his family and other community organizations today in Racine for a car caravan and peaceful protest. We’re calling for #JusticeforTyrese and #Racine4Justice.

We’ll meet at 4:30 near Roosevelt Park in Racine and end with a press conference at the Courthouse. Details, route, and safety information on events page at https://bit.ly/Racine4Justice

Say Their Names! Black Lives Matter!

Ty’rese West was 18 years old when he was killed by a Mount Pleasant Police Officer in Racine, Wisconsin. He was alone riding his bicycle during the early morning hours of June 15, 2019 when he was stopped, the police allege, for not having a bike light. As for what happened next, the only certainty is seen in Ty’rese’s autopsy photo: two neatly-grouped bullet holes in the forehead of a young, now dead, Black man. His body had lain cooling in the street for hours while his community prepared to celebrate the Juneteenth holiday, to commemorate the emancipation of Black America, just blocks away.

One year after his death, Ty’rese’s mother, Monique West, continues to demand answers as she pursues his case – and justice – in the federal courts. Questions surrounding the validity of the police report continue to be raised, as the systemic corruption within our national justice system is again challenged in public by those who will no longer wait patiently for justice or change.

Ty’rese West is another name that we must know; with George, Trayvon, Michael, Breonna, Sandra, the long list of Black lives taken senselessly and brazenly by police grows. Ty’rese, Eric, Tamir, Philando, Freddie; each of these names represent individually the countless names we don’t know – so many names that have not gone viral, so many deaths that have gone unwitnessed, so many facts obfuscated and concealed. Insipid narratives found in headlines and police reports alike that echo one another and are echoed back by our skewed justice system have had their day in the guise of honest law-keeping. The time for truth and a full accounting is now – for Ty’rese, for the known, for the unknown.

We are still working on getting more details about the death, as family statement on the death is yet to be released.

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