Veteran suing Fayetteville police over arrest after officers went to his home in response to suicide hotline call
Three-and-a-half years ago, an Army sergeant in Fayetteville was contemplating suicide. He called for help, but instead of counseling, he ended up in jail for three years.
from Army Sergeant to inmate and reality Black lives don't really matter because they're not changing anything. WRL investigates reveals how a coal for help to the veteran suicide hotline landed this man in jail for three years of his life. It was really how especially when you know that you don't belong in your innocents and what he's doing now toe fight back about shedding light on the injustice that happened here in favorable Onley on WRL investigates tonight at six.