Friday, November 10, 2006

Al Sharpton Most Wants To Help ‘America’s Most Wanted’

NEW YORK (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – The Reverend Al Sharpton wants to let his supporters know that America’s Most Wanted helps everyone – and hopes to get some help from the show.

Sharpton appears on the Fox show tomorrow (Nov. 11) to ask Americans for help finding the killer of Brooklyn teenager Chanal Petro-Nixon.

He says it’s personal to him because he grew up in the same neighborhood, but there are larger issues at stake, such as showing his supporters that America’s Most Wanted cares for everyone.

As he puts it, “It’s about equal concern and equal justice. [Petro-Nixon’s] should be getting the same attention as other high-profile cases.”

Sharpton figures his appearance can only help law enforcement officials because, he points out, “There are a lot of people who are uncomfortable talking with law enforcement might be comfortable talking with me.”

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