The Flint Township Police Department in Michigan have identified the two persons of interest in the Macy’s assault attack on a white employee as Damire Canell Palmer and Damarquay Jovan.
Investigators say an employee at The Macy’s was assaulted by a man who then ran away with a second person.
Those two, Palmer, 18, of Mount Morris and 22-year-old Damarquay Jovan of Flint Township, are now linked to the incident and police are seeking consultation with the two men and hear their statement.
Police say store surveillance cameras confirmed the assault against the employee.
He does not just say”I’m sorry.” He says, “I’m sorry. I didn’t touch you.” Meaning he thinks he has been attacked for touching the attacker, who keeps repeating “Don’t touch me, N—!”
its hard to watch this video…
Obviously a staged event, ready to film and victim found. Hate Crime all over it and still not the enough attention given to locate them. Pray for our country.
We need to stop the hate.
we need to find these 2 worthless jigs
These two hoodlums will live forever on the internet. A penalty for 2 idiots.
Man testifies brother lied to him about employee using racial slur ahead of Michigan mall assault
FLINT, MI – An 18-year-old man told a Genesee County District Court judge Wednesday morning that his brother lied to him about the use of a racial slur by an employee at a store inside the Genesee Valley Center in Flint Township.
At a Wednesday, Aug. 12, preliminary examination before Genesee District Judge Jennifer J. Manley, Damire C. Palmer, of Mt. Morris Township, testified his brother told him the employee inside the Macy’s store had used a slur after being asked a question about clothing.