Families of Alton Sterling and Slain Officer Hug at Memorial

The aunt of Alton Sterling, a black man killed by white police officers, wanted Officer Montrell Jackson's family to know that she was "hurting for them."
0:32 | 07/19/16

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Transcript for Families of Alton Sterling and Slain Officer Hug at Memorial
And this was the scene at a memorial for those officers the father of officer Montel Jackson meeting the aunt of Alps and sterling. The man killed by what police officers after scuffle outside a convenience store Santa sterling says she's hurting for Jackson's family. As they come to grips with his death. From some hard for their lives won't let them know that it's okay I know what they coincidence. And I want to hug and let them know that unknown on this thing. And I'm so sorry. She also said she learned of Sunday morning's violence from a text message while she was in church. At that point she said she fell to her knees in prayer.

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