The sisters of Syville Smith, the man shot by a Milwaukee police officer sparking riots, had an angry confrontation with reporters Sunday night.
The fracas occurred near the BP gas station that was set ablaze in Saturday night’s riots, where a large crowd was gathered.
“I lost my brother. I can’t get him back. Never. Never. That’s pain. I can’t look him in the eye no more,” Sherelle Smith said.
“Burning down sh*t ain’t gonna help nothing,” she shouted as she implored protesters to riot in white neighborhoods. “Ya’ll burning down sh*t we need in our community. Take that sh*t to the suburbs. Burn that h*t down. We need our sh*t. We need our weaves. I don’t wear it but we need it.”
His other sister, Kimberly Neal, said police called her family but only to ask them to help calm the rioters.
“Aint no calm no crowd down. Ya’ll think we gonna get reckless out here? It’s gonna get way worse. Until we get justice until motherf*****s start feeling where we coming from it’s gonna hit everywhere,” she warned.
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