Family of Sean Bell Website
But let justice roll on like a river, righteousness like a never-failing stream! -Amos 5:24
Friday, April 25, 2008
After weeks of testimony Sean Bell’s family, his friends, supporters and the Queens community is waiting to hear the verdict that Judge Cooperman said he would deliver on Friday, April 25th in the Kew Gardens Courthouse. Come stand with the Bell Family.
Kew Gardens Courthouse
125-01 Queens Blvd.
To reach the Kew Gardens courthouse by subway :
E, F trains to the Kew Gardens/Union Turnpike stop. Walk southeast for 4-5 blocks and you’ll see the courthouse. To orient you further, the courthouse is 1 block away from Queens Blvd. and 82nd Ave. See map
Thursday, April 24, 2008, pm:
A 24-hour vigil is being held at the Jamaica, Queens, church where Sean Bell was to be married before he was fatally shot by police. Family and friends of Bell, as well as community members, are filing in and out of the vigil at the Community Church Of Christ at 167-04 108th Avenue. Bishop Lester Williams, who was to officiate Bell's marriage and ended up presiding over his funeral, is overseeing a rally and memorial at the church. Come and say a prayer and show your support to the family.
Thursday, April 24, 2008, am:
A press conference was held today in front of the Kew Garden Courthouse. Speaking are Mr. Bell (Sean's father); Nicole Paultre Bell (fiancée); Al Sharpton (National Action Network) and others.
March 10, 2007: Aunt Oniaja Shepard, Uncle Al Walker and community activist
Donald Whitehead and many friends represent at the Queens Supreme Court
(thank youZoe Una Video)
Community Supporters Rally at the Queens Courthouse - join us!
See more pictures of supporters ralling for Sean.
Mr. and Mrs. Bell held a 50-day vigil outside the 103rd precinct to demand justice for
their son Sean. Despite temperatures consistently below freezing they held strong.
On the last day there was a vigil and march to church.
Pictures thanks to David Short
Dec. 22, 2006: Protest for Sean on Wall Street
People's Organization for Progress represents for Sean
(Thank you Joe Holmes)
12/16/06: Abner Louima, Al Sharpton and nearly 40,000 others "shop for justice for Sean"
at a march down Fifth Avenue.
(Thank you NobodyDidIt)
12/16/06: Thousands of New Yorkers "Shopped for Justice" for Sean
(Thank you Editi Films)
Hundreds lined up for a wake and funeral for Sean Bell
Well wishers bring candles and prayers for Sean