The homeless man in Dr. Floyd Harris' video posted below at the link was crying and saying police raped him repeatedly as cops wrote him a ticket for being homeless. A city truck is used to confiscate homeless people's clothes and other chattel. Many homeless people are not allowed to have personal property in the USA. The man in the film could be a former teacher or veteran, somebody's son, brother, or friend, but he is obviously nothing to the administrators in Fresno, California.
Thanks to Rev. Floyd Harris, Jr. and others who carry a camera and film scenes like this one. The homeless man is so afraid and tearful, especially when the city sent a truck to take his meager possessions. The homeless are criticized for smelling bad, but did you know some are not allowed to have a change of clothes or towels and soap?
NO SHOPPING CARTS ARE ALLOWED FOR HOMELESS IN FRESNO. PLEASE SEND MONEY FOR BACKPACKS ~ Rev , Jr. is an advocate against homelessness. He cop-watched and made the video of a homeless man in Fresno being given a ticket, and we can see the city truck that takes homeless people's personal property they cannot carry, which might include a change of clothes, prescription meds, a blanket, soap and towels. Please send donations to Rev. Floyd Harris to purchase and fill large, waterproof backpacks for the homeless in Fresno, a city where the homeless camp was bulldozed last fall in order to arrest our most vulnerable citizens for prison profits. Authorities refused to allow Fresno churches to invite the dislocated homeless people to encamp on their lawns.
Send donations to the attention of Rev. Floyd Harris, Jr., New Light For New Life Church Of God, 1106 W. Woodward, Fresno, CA 93706. If you require a receipt for a tax deduction, please include a request for same. Please notify me if you have any problems seeing the heartbreaking film below. My murdered brother might have been such a man if he had not lived in a care home. WE MUST DO BETTER.
Homeless citizens of Fresno, CA seek sanctuary among the dead. The photo below shows homeless people's possessions along the wall of a graveyard. Especially after city officials ordered their homeless camp demolished, it seems preferable to live among people who are beyond complaining about their presence. It seems best to live near the place they are intended to be.