Shocking Twist in BLM Co-Founder’s Cousin’s Hit-and-Run Saga: Coroner Reveals a Deadly Combination – Find out the Truth Here!

Shocking Twist in BLM Co-Founder's Cousin's Hit-and-Run Saga: Coroner Reveals a Deadly Combination - Find out the Truth Here!
Shocking Twist in BLM Co-Founder's Cousin's Hit-and-Run Saga: Coroner Reveals a Deadly Combination - Find out the Truth Here!
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**Tragic death of BLM co-founder’s cousin Keenan Anderson raises questions about police actions and the role of drugs and health issues**

Keenan Anderson, cousin of BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors, died on January 3, following a confrontation with Los Angeles police involving a taser. Anderson’s estate sued the city and its police force for $50 million, claiming wrongful death and civil rights violations, though the suit was denied. Recently, the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner revealed that Anderson’s death resulted from an enlarged heart and cocaine use.

Following a traffic accident on January 3, Anderson, an English teacher, exhibited erratic behavior. Officers attempted to subdue and restrain Anderson, deploying tasers despite his cries that they were trying to “George Floyd” him. Anderson eventually lost consciousness and died several hours later in the hospital. Police Chief Michel Moore noted a “medical emergency” and the presence of cannabis and cocaine in Anderson’s system.

Both BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors and Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) called for accountability and transparency in the matter. In response to the coroner’s report, L.A. Mayor Karen Bass stated that it raised questions and reaffirmed her commitment to expanding the public safety system and improving LAPD officer training. Anderson’s estate attorney, Carl Douglas, plans to file another lawsuit and disputes the autopsy report. Notably, George Floyd, whose name Anderson invoked during his altercation with police, had heart issues and drugs in his system at the time of his death.

**As questions linger and another lawsuit looms, it remains crucial to continue seeking transparency, justice, and meaningful change.**

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