Rally for 'Dood'
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The “Justice for Dood Boy” webpage currently has 448 “likes” on Facebook.
Social media platforms such as Facebook are an increasingly often-used organizational tool for groundswell protests.
On Friday, protesters in Newland Town Square were calling for answers.
“I want answers, first of all. I don’t understand why he didn’t receive medical care. He should have received medical care, plain and simple. It’s a mess. We just want answers, that’s it,” Pritchard’s sister, Kim Storie, said.
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