On October 24th, Tarantino joined a New York protest that advocated on behalf of the many victims of police. The deceased victims were mostly young black men, including La-Reko Williams who was shot and killed in 2011. His mother, Temako Williams, had been given $500,000 but said, “It wasn’t worth the price of my son’s life. It’s a wound that won’t heal.”
Tarantino’s quote which started the controversy took place during the protest: “When I see murders, I do not stand by … I have to call a murder a murder and I have to call the murderers the murderers.” This led to police unions in Philadelphia, New York and Los Angeles publicly denouncing him.
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