In the wake of the shooting of 34-year-old Zurana Horton, community leaders and politicians urged residents to start snitching on their gun toting neighbors.
“We have to start turning the thugs in,” said Tamika Mallory, executive director of the Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network. “We must stop protecting the thugs who are living amongst us. You cannot live in our community and kill us.”
Mallory and Sharpton met with Denise Peace, whose daughter, Zurana Horton, a 34-year-old mom of 13, was shot dead Friday shielding a group of kids from flying bullets near a school in Brownsville.