Alyssa Milano Signs, Shares Petition that Claims “Robert Fuller was lynched”

Friday actress and activist Alyssa Milano tweeted:

Robert Fuller was found dead June 10, 2020 after he was found hanging from a tree in CA. Authorities said it was a suicide before preforming an autopsy. Sign the petition! 

Within the petition is the claim that “it is evident that Robert did not commit suicide” and “Robert Fuller was lynched.”

The petition Milano shared reads:

“According to Lt. Brandon Dean of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Homicide Bureau, Robert Fuller body was found around 4 a.m. Wednesday, June 10, with a rope around his neck, hanging from a tree.

Dean said all indicators point to a suicide but that investigators are waiting for full autopsy results and information from the man’s next of kin regarding past issues with mental illness.

Our hearts break for the grieving family, friends and loved ones and we urge that their privacy please be respected.“

It is evident that Robert did not commit suicide. He was found hung from a tree right outside city hall. This is a clear case of intimidation by White Supremacists to show their distain for Black Lives Matter movement, the protests to demand change for racial equality and police brutality reform.

We demand a thorough and transparent investigation by Palmdale PD, providing ALL video surveillance from city hall & the surrounding buildings/area, the night Robert Fuller was lynched. This was not a case of suicide but murder; to find the persons responsible for his lynching and justice for Robert Fuller and his family.

#JusticeForRobertFuller

BLACK LIVES MATTER!

At this time over 250k, including Milano have signed the petition.

Per NBC News, Stars from all walks of life are calling for justice after a young Black man named Robert Fuller was found hanging from a tree near Palmdale, California’s City Hall.

On Friday, a government spokesperson said that while an investigation into the 24-year-old’s death was ongoing, it seemed he “tragically died by suicide.” From Kim Kardashian West to Valentino Khan to Jaden Smith and more, see which celebrities are calling for a further investigation into what many are calling a lynching.

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