Mrs Mohammed made continual criticisms of Merseyside Police and their handling of her son after a video emerged of officers and paramedics tending to a dying Mzee, with handcuffs still clasped to his wrists while he lay motionless and unconscious.
The mum said: “I want to ask the Lord to see justice for my son.
“I will not rest, I will walk in my son’s shoes until I get answers, and anyone who had a hand in my boy’s death will be brought to justice.”...'justice', I mean. As if other people weren't deserving of it too. People being threatened by an out of control youth built like a brick outhouse:
Merseyside Police said they had received reports of a man running into a house in the Toxteth area at around 6pm “in a distressed state.”
Further calls were made to police, they said, about Mzee “behaving erratically at a number of locations throughout the city centre, including Liverpool One with a knife.”
He then suffered a medical episode, a police spokeswoman said.
Two dads have reported that Mzee threatened their 13-year-old daughters at knifepoint while demanding their mobile phones, but the former Shorefields School pupil’s family say they do not believe he was involved in those alleged crimes.Of course they don't. Just like they don't believe in proofreading: