Another black man was found hanging from a tree in Southern California in two weeks. And he wasn’t far from where the first man was found. Details on Malcolm Harsh’s suspicious death and why his family don’t believe he committed “suicide” inside…
There’s something going on in Southern California.
Two black men have reportedly been found hanging from a tree in the last two weeks. And the families aren’t buying the “suicide” narrative the police have been trying to paint.
On May 31st, 38-year-old Malcolm Harsch (above) was found shortly after 7am hanging from a tree in Victorville, San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman Jodi Miller said Saturday (June 13th). Before reports of his death were revealed, it was reported 24-year-old Robert Fuller had been found hanging from a tree in Palmdale, California on June 10th – about 50 miles away from Victorville.
 

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“Deputies responded to the report that a male subject had hung himself near a homeless encampment near Zenda Street and Seventh Street,” Jodi Miller said in a written statement. “A death investigation is being conducted,” she said. “There were no indications at the scene that suggested foul play. The cause and manner of death are pending.”
In a post about Malcolm’s death circulating on Facebook, it’s said he was pulled over by police just hours before he was found hanging from a tree. Hmph.
In Robert’s case, police told his family they “believe” it was a suicide even though an official autopsy hadn’t been performed yet. Robert’s family do NOT believe he committed suicide and they want an independent autopsy done on him.
Malcolm’s family feels like they may end up being told the same suicide story.
“His cause of death has not been released to the family yet but we are concerned that his death will be labeled as a suicide, as this is what was communicated to us upon confirmation of his death on the morning of June 1st,” according to the family’s statement.
“Malcolm had very recent conversations with his children about seeing them soon. He didn’t seem to be depressed to anyone who truly knew him,” the statement continued. “EVERYONE who knew our brother was shocked to hear that he allegedly hung himself and don’t believe it to be true as well as the people who were there when his body was discovered. The explanation of suicide does not seem plausible.”
“There are many ways to die but considering the current racial tension, a black man hanging himself from a tree definitely doesn’t sit well with us right now. We want justice not comfortable excuses,” according to the statement.

This! It definitely seems uber suspicious.
There must be full and immediate investigations into BOTH of their deaths because something isn’t right!
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