Milwaukee police have released photos of a cyclist killed in a shooting by neighborhood worker Bernell Trammell. He was known for preaching about religion through its political symbols and streetcars. Of late, he was visible in the community for counting the signs of support for President Donald Trump.
He was a political independent who for many years supported candidates from various parties, including Democratic mayoral candidate Lena Taylor. According to the TV station, a man was quoted as urging Trammell on how Trammel believes in democracy and free speech.
Moore told the newspaper that he was “a black old man who did not deserve to die like this.” Encounter & he has reached out to Moore for more information on its importance to the community. It is not clear if the crash had anything to do with his death, though police have not commented on the motive. Police say the shooting came to light in broad daylight on Thursday afternoon.
Every year in Wisconsin, and especially here in Milwaukee, I’ve encouraged people of life and culture to vote for Donald Trump this year, he said. Trump 2020. I believe Trump is a symbol of this age. He stands in front of the Wisconsin Vote Donald Trump” in this video.
Just 2 hours after Ross Burnell’s filming, I heard a word from Facebook saying that the area where Ross Burnell lives had been shot, Ransom wrote in The God Degree. It was Ross Burnell when I read the news that I was trying to upload the videos mentioned in this post to my laptop for use. He was killed outside where we were just talking. His house. Apparently these were his last words.
The article is headlined “WHO SHOT THE RAS? Did Ras Bernell’s support for Donald Trump lead to his untimely death?” So far, the answer to that remains unknown. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel said he also had a Black Lives Matter sign, although pictures of his storefront show it was not prominently displayed outside (his storefront contained three large Trump signs, a sign reading “Mulattos Lives Matter Wisconsin” and other signs, including messaging about his business.) Ransome’s article also contains a picture of those and other signs belonging to Trammell and that filled his business, including one reading, “Thumb’s up…before guns up.”
Trammell was 60 years old.
Cause of Death
He was shot dead on July 23 in front of his sign-fested Milwaukee store front, where he gave a video interview just hours before explaining why he supported Trump. Milwaukee police originally wrote that they were looking for “unknown suspects.” The motive is unclear, including whether the assassination was linked to Trump’s political beliefs or to Trump’s support.
Kevan Penvose wrote on Facebook that he “was a man with whom I had hardly ever agreed in anything written on my logos, but also, as a street preacher.” Since, he was 1 of the people who made my neighborhood very unique. Today around 12:30 pm I heard gunshots nearby while I was working on my dining room table. Shortly afterwards, I was reading reports of an incident shooting in the vicinity of this 1-of-a-kind storefront, which was running a million times; Peace and Light, Ross Burnell, around the block.
Reggie Moore, director of violence prevention, the Milwaukee Office, told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that she had “intervened in a dispute between Trammel and a teenager,” which she thought was “caused by Trump’s gesture.” Related to which the tram is moving. ”
However, on 27 July , police released photos of the “suspect” wanted in the Trump massacre. Here are the photos: “The MPD is seeking the public’s help in identifying the suspect who was wanted for a massacre that took place on Thursday, 23 July 2020, at approximately 12:30 on the 900 block of East Wright Street. The victim was identified as he , a 60-year-old Milwaukee man, police wrote.
“The suspect is described as a male in his 30’s, 6’00, 200 pounds, last seen wearing a white and red baseball cap, a black mask covering the lower portion of his face, a black and red long sleeve shirt with white writing on the front, white or light-colored pants, black socks, and white shoes. The suspect’s mode of transportation was a black bicycle. If anyone has any information they are asked to call Milwaukee Police at 414-935-7360 or Milwaukee Crime Stoppers at 414-224-TIPS where their TIP can lead to a cash reward. This incident is still under investigation and the motive of this homicide is still under determination.”
CBS 58 reported that he was a political independent who had supported candidates from various parties for many years, including Democratic mayoral candidate Lena Taylor. According to the television station, a man was quoted as urging he on how Trammel believes in democracy and free speech.
WISN-12 reports that the Wisconsin GOP is now calling for a federal investigation into the trammel shooting death by a U.S. lawyer because of “his famous political activity and the possibility that his assassination was politically motivated.” It can be encouraging. ”
Kevan Penvose wrote on Facebook that he”was a man with whom I had hardly ever agreed on anything written on my logos, but also, as a street preacher.” Since, he was one of the people who made my neighborhood very unique. Today around 12:30 pm I heard gunshots nearby while I was working on my dining room table. Shortly afterwards, I was reading reports of an incident shooting in the vicinity of this one-of-a-kind storefront, which was running a million times; Peace and Light, Ross Burnell, around the block.
Reggie Moore, director of violence prevention, the Milwaukee Office, told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that she had “intervened in a dispute between he and a teenager,” which she thought was “caused by Trump’s gesture.” Related to which the tram is moving. ” Moore told the newspaper that Trammell was “a black old man who did not deserve to die like this.” Encounter and he have reached out to Moore for more information on its importance to the community. It is not clear if the crash had anything to do with Trammell’s death, though police have not commented on the motive.
Police say the shooting unfolded on a Thursday afternoon in broad daylight.
“Milwaukee Police are investigating a shooting that occurred on Thursday, July 23, 2020, at approximately 12:31 p.m., on the 900 blocks of E. Wright Street,” police wrote in a news release.
“The victim, a 60-year-old man from Milwaukee sustained fatal injuries. The circumstances leading up to the shooting are under investigation. Milwaukee Police continue to seek unknown suspects. Anyone with any information is asked to contact Milwaukee Police at (414) 935-7360 or Milwaukee Crime Stoppers at (414) 224-TIPS or P3 Tips App.”
Armstrong Ransome (the pen name of local artist and writer Adebisi Agoro) wrote on the site The God Degree that he recorded video interviews with Trammell just hours before his death. “Earlier today he had mentioned to me ‘you wouldn’t guess the amount of hate I received from Black people,’” Ransome wrote. Agoro became curious about Trammell’s political beliefs after seeing him at a bus stop and decided to ask “about what I saw on Facebook and why he was holding the Trump sign?”
A few days before, Agoro had seen a photo on Facebook with Trammell carrying a Trump sign throughout the community, a post that carried the label “hero.” Alongside him walked another man with an opposing sign carrying the word “sike,” which Agoro says basically means “not.” Agoro wrote that the photo caused a “stir” on the Internet days earlier so he decided to ask Trammell about it.
Agoro recorded videos of an interview he conducted the day Trammell died in which Trammell, clutching a pro-Trump sign, explains his political beliefs. You can see those videos here.