Activist Shaun King harassed the attorney for a young black child killed by police and doxxed him and falsely calling him a “white supremacist.”
The incident is particularly revealing now that the larger public knows what we knew long ago–activist Shaun King is white.
King is also a bully as an interview with Tamir Rice’s family attorney makes clear.
Tamir Rice was killed by Cleveland police carrying an air soft gun that looked like a semi-automatic handgun.
King set up an unauthorized YouCaring.com account ostensibly for Tamir Rice’s family. King has a history of stealing money from black victims and so Kucharski, acting on the interests of the family, tried to secure the funds that King set up.
When confronted King claimed to attorney Tim Kucharski that he had gotten permission from a cousin but couldn’t identify a cousin of Tamir Rice’s. Kucharski contacted King who turned over the password for the account and submitted his fees for three weeks he worked to the probate court which promptly paid him out of the money raised for the Rice family.
Rice’s mother, Samaria, went and hired Walter Madison and Benjamin Crump, the attorney for the Michael Brown family. She has since fired Crump and Madison because they weren’t representing her interests.
King called Kucharski and called him a “piece of shit” and a “despicable human being.” King also doxxed Kucharski’s office and called him a white supremacist and a terrible person on social media.
Kucharski confronted King on his language but King said that Kucharski was acting like a white supremacist by not working for free. But King demanded that Kucharski work for free–or else.
“He understands Twitter and how to whip people into a frenzy,” Kucharski told GotNews.com.
Kucharski considered suing King, who claimed in the Washington Post that Chuck C. Johnson and he were a part of a “white supremacist” conspiracy to stop Tamir Rice’s family from getting the money.
Washington Post fabulist Wesley Lowery uncritically took King’s word for it.