Detroit Woman Sues Detroit 300 Vigilante Group
Fox 2: We're told a top ranking officer gave volunteers a picture of a man they wanted Detroit 300 volunteers to question, a relative of a suspect. He said they were also told to put pressure on Jessica and Stephanie Brown.
"They wanted us to try to put pressure on them in the neighborhood, and they said that Stephanie Brown was the individual that had the van that possibly was used in the drive-by of Delric Miller."
On March ninth, Stephanie Brown and her 28-year-old daughter, Jessica, agreed to talk with volunteers. At their suggestion, the group met at the Detroit Police Department's Sixth Precinct. According to a court document, Sergeant Harold Ashford allowed them to meet in the garage only after he put in a call to the department's top homicide cop.
The DPD declined to comment to Fox 2 about the case and the unnamed Detroit 300 volunteer who told the tv station about case says their interview with the Browns wasn’t intimidating.
Hey, that’s fantastic.
This totally doesn’t sound like something that would happen in a failed Third World bandit state. Not at all. -- JTW