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3 Mom Breastfeeding Her 7 Year Old Son.A mother who claims to continue breastfeeding her children for as long as the want, is proud to show the whole process.Advertisers, advertise on Liveleak, liveleak Merchandise.The parents of two Black teens seen in a viral video with authorities pointing weapons at them say they can hardly watch the video of the incident.Tammi Collins said she couldn't bring herself to watch the full video showing her son, who she wishes to not identify, being ordered to the ground by Los Angeles County Sheriff deputies.The video was now at the center of an internal investigation.
Kim Tobin reports Aug.Local, local news from across Southern California "I know that my son will never forget this experience.Especially after George Floyd, I sat him down and talked to him about how to respond if he was ever approached by police, so he knew exactly what to do Collins said."How to follow orders, not to say anything, not to do anything out of character.So to see how they treated the boys, it was literally heartbreaking.I couldn't watch the full video.".
Robert Brown, the lawyer for the families of three teens seen in the video which has millions of views said the teens were waiting at a bus stop when a homeless man went after them with a knife.The teens called police, but when they responded, they drew their weapons on them, Brown said.Especially after George Floyd, I sat him down and talked to him about how to respond if he was ever approached by police, so he knew exactly what.Tammi Collins, parent, the video of Friday's incident garnered outrage across social media and led Santa Clarita Mayor Cameron Smyth to request the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department remove the deputy involved until an investigation could be completed.