Colin Kaepernick to make anti-police documentary ‘Killing County’


National anthem protester Colin Kaepernick is the executive producer of a new ABC News Studios documentary that examines police-involved deaths in Bakersfield, California, specifically the case of a police informant. the police were killed by the police.

The three-part miniseries follows the case of Jorge Ramirez Jr., who was killed in a 2013 incident involving police, even though he was an unofficial informant for them.

According to the text of the presentation of the issue, the Ramirez family will be very large.

“The series takes a look at Bakersfield, a big city with a small-town soul in the heart of California, where things aren’t always what they seem,” the synopsis reads. People. “During the hotel shooting, the Ramirez family questioned everything they knew about their town. Desperate to find out what really happened to their loved one, they soon discover that they are not alone in the house. tragedy and the struggle for truth.

“Killing County is a story of twists and turns, alleged corruption and cover-up. Ask the question: When the people you are meant to serve and protect are people you can’t trust, who do you turn to? add a synopsis.

The trailer for the series features allegations by family members of some of the people shot by officers at the Bakersfield Police Department, but no police statements.

The series premieres on Hulu on February 3rd.

Kaepernick has several spin-off film projects through his RA Vision Media and other companies, including a documentary about his life with Disney and a six-episode 2021 Netflix series, Black and white quail.

In 2022, Kaepernick published his first children’s book; I Paint me differently. Amazon describes the book as:

Based on the true events of young Colin’s life, this joyous ode to black and brown life is perfect for every reader’s library. It’s about getting to know yourself, being true to yourself and advocating for change… even if you’re very young!

In 2016, Kaepernick became one of the first players to protest the United States, the flag, the police, the military and American history by refusing to play the national anthem. His yearlong tirade against the nation coincided with the worst NFL ratings in history.

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