Gloria Bambo, a resident of McKinney, Texas was found hung in her white friend’s garage on Sunday, July 12, 2020. The body was there for three days. The neighbors and the residents of the area didn’t reported anything unusual according to the police.
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The 20-year-old Gloria was the roommate of the 19-year-old white boy. At present, death is confined to suicide. Further details will be published after the autopsy. As the case is under ongoing investigation police didn’t respond to the additional questions.
Around the texas and the McKinney, protests are ongoing with the slogan of black lives matters. Following the death of George Floyd, a black American the whole nation is under protests and riots demanding equality. Racial discrimination in the united states is not an issue of the 21st century. It prevailed there for ages, even though the law statutorily protects the citizens from the discriminations the white society ain’t accepted them.
The McKinney police tweeted on their official twitter page regarding the investigation in light of the protests.
The federal protection against national origin act enacted in October 2000 by the united states department of justice the introductory statement follows
“Federal laws prohibit discrimination based on a person’s national origin, race, color, religion, disability, sex, and familial status. Laws prohibiting national origin discrimination make it illegal to discriminate because of a person’s birthplace, ancestry, culture, or language.
This means people cannot be denied the equal opportunity because they or their family are from another country, because they have a name or accent associated with a national origin group, because they participate in certain customs associated with a national origin group, or because they are married to or associate with people of a certain national origin”.
Twitter is flooded with the hashtag of justice for Gloria. Since this is the third black American death in the past two months due to unknown reasons and hate crime.