An Emotional Kenneth McDade Breaks Down Live On Air on Stevie Wonder’s KJLH-FM in Los Angeles As Family Tries to Raise Funds to Bury Son Killed by Police
Also, forensic voice expert Tom Owens explains why it’s not George Zimmerman’s voice crying for help
*Inglewood, Calif. – Kenneth McDade, the father of Kendrec McDade, the Pasadena teen killed by police on March 24th after a false 911 report of an armed robbery, called into Los Angeles radio station KJLH-FM’s Front Page show hosted by Dominique DiPrima, Tuesday, April 3rd to speak about his family’s outrage and their vow to fight for justice and the need for help in paying to bury Kendrec, which is estimated to cost $10,000.
An emotional McDade cried on air, “he’s a good boy, he didn’t deserve that.” McDade vowed to fight for justice.
To hear the full interview, please click here: http://www.dominiquediprima.com/?p=4140
Donations are being collected in the city of Carson at 5 p.m. in front of city hall with support from Councilmember Mike Gipson, State Assemblymember Isadore Hall III, 100 Black Men, and the Nation of Islam. A memorial fund has been setup at Chase Bank for public donations.
Also on the Front Page, forensic voice expert Tom Owens explained in detail why it’s not George Zimmerman’s voice crying for help on the 911 recordings, Zimmerman is the neighborhood watch captain who shot and killed 17-year-old Sanford, Fla. teen Trayvon Martin.
Owned by Stevie Wonder’s Taxi Productions, KJLH is the leading broadcast radio station for African-Americans and urban consumers in Southern California. The Los Angeles home for the Steve Harvey Morning Show, KJLH’s award-winning Front Page show with Dominique DiPrima is Los Angeles’ only talk radio show focused on African-American issues.
Providing around the clock news coverage and updates regarding the case of the unarmed 17-year-old Sanford, Florida teen Trayvon Martin, who was killed February 26 by a neighborhood block watch captain and Pasadena teen Kendrec McDade, killed by police March 24, after a false 911 report, KJLH is the most trusted radio source in Los Angeles for news affecting the African-American community in Los Angeles and around the world. KJLH’s award-winning show the Front Page show heard weekdays from 4:30AM until 6AM, has featured exclusive interviews regarding the Martin case, including police procedures expert and retired L.A.P.D. officer Timothy Williams, southern region Final Call reporter Brother Jesse Muhammad, CNN analyst Roland Martin, Florida Congressional representative Corrine Brown and Federica Wilson, political commentator and Florida native Andre Egglletion, rapper, actress, and activist Yo-Yo, “White People, You Will Never Look Suspicious Like Trayvon Martin!” author Michael Skolnik of GlobalGrind.com and Russell Simmons’ Hip-Hop Action Network, Martin’s family attorney Benjamin Crump of Parks and Crump Law Firm in Florida, Tom Owens, forensic voice expert, Caree Harper, attorney for the family of Kendrec McDade, and Kenneth McDade, the father of the slain Pasadena teen.