Interview with childhood friend of Khalil Harris

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Interview with childhood friend of Khalil Harris

In the interview, the interviewee talks about her relationship with Khalil Harris, a young man who is known worldwide but often misunderstood. She describes Khalil as one of her best friends since childhood, a prankster and someone with a big heart. She emphasizes that Khalil was not a “gang member” or “thug,” as some people claim, but a child who lived in difficult circumstances.
She expresses her frustration that people focus on the negative aspects of Khalil, such as the fact that he may have sold drugs. She explains that Khalil was only selling drugs to help his drug-addicted mother, who was in danger from the biggest drug dealer and gang leader in her neighborhood.
The interviewee criticizes the media for portraying the death of a drug dealer and gang member as justified and emphasizes that Khalil was more than the labels assigned to him. She ends by saying that she doesn't understand how a dead man can be blamed for his own murder.
The interviewee gives an account of the night Khalil was shot. She emphasizes that she and Khalil did everything the officer (OneFifteen) asked and that Khalil posed no threat to the officer's life. She describes her fear that night and how Khalil worried about her.
She reveals that the police officer pointed his gun at her until other officers arrived. This information seems to shock the others in the room.
When asked if she is afraid of police officers, she replies that she knows not all police officers are bad, but she is tired of them being prejudiced, especially against black people. She emphasizes that Khalil's death happened because of prejudice.
If the police officer who shot Khalil were present, she would ask him if he wished he had shot her too. She emphasizes that the interview is her way of fighting and she is willing to put herself on the line.

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