MADISON (WKOW)-- The District Attorney is still reviewing the investigation in to the Tony Robinson investigation, but already, the Young, Gifted & Black Coalition is preparing to protest the results.
“There's nothing that report can say or do that will change our prospective of what this is,” said Brandi Grayson, with the coalition.
Members of the Young, Gifted and Black Coalition say no matter what the investigation in to the Tony Robinson shooting reveals-- they are not interested.
“The time for justice is long gone and we're not gonna wait around,” said M Adams, another member of the coalition. “And the historical analysis and science, it's easy to see that there will not be an indictment.”
Though an outside agency, the Division of Criminal Investigation, conducted the investigation as state law requires, the coalition says that's not good enough.
“We don't view that investigation as independent because many of the folks doing that investigation is still connected to the same institutions, the same systems that the police are connected to,” Adams said.
So the group launched a petition to get an international agency to look in to the case.
“Not only are we using the petition to gain support that we can deliver to international officials, but we also are going to try to be a part of those conventions and advocate and testify,” Adams said.