Who I Am
I’m DeQuince Brown. I’m 21. The word tragedy does not come close to defining what happened last week. My boyfriend, DeJuan Guillory, was shot and killed by a police officer right in front of my eyes. I was then arrested for the attempted murder of the officer in question, and was jailed for five days. I now need funds to pay for my defense and fight this injustice.
We Were Just Living Our Lives
DeJuan and I were out early in the morning. We were out frogging. We were unarmed. He is now dead.
I Need Your Support
We’ve seen this before: When it’s your word against a police officer’s word, it feels impossible. The police protect their own, and accountability can seem elusive. I was already jailed for nearly a week to keep me from telling the world what had happened. I am now facing a long court battle to defend myself and establish the truth about DeJuan's death.
To join the chorus of support and ensure that my family and I are adequately prepared to handle the legal battle ahead, please donate to my Freedom Fund. This fund will assure that I am supported during my legal battle and that all the needs arising from the legal battle are met without delay.
"All praises to God for being the ultimate provider for both my family and Dejuan's family during this difficult time. I trusted not on my own understanding, but HIS to guide me through the darkness. I am grateful for His mercy. I also would like to thank each and every soul that has joined in the fight to seek justice for DeJuan. Your voice and efforts have been heard by the world. It is because of you that people now know what is going on in our hometowns. Last but not least, I have to thank my lawyers for being the best they can be with this situation. They have worked hard from the start! I am a firm believer that faith plus work delivers results!
ANYTHING you can do makes a difference …, believe me!"
-I hope & have faith that JUSTICE WILL BE SERVED!
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