- Malcolm Smith
- Tonya Mosley went door-to-door on the Central District block where DeSzaun Smallwood was killed, and found she was doing something Seattle police hadn't done.
Three recent shootings in Seattle's Central District are still not solved and Tonya Mosley, who lives near the scene of one of the killings, wants answers. At a May 7th community meeting attended by Mosley, a freelance broadcast reporter, Seattle Police detectives told the crowd they'd already gone door-to-door on the block where one of the victims, DeSzaun Smallwood, was killed:
No one would talk, the detectives said, because of something called the “No Snitch Code.”
I live on 28th Avenue South, not far from the scene of the shooting.
Why didn’t police talk to me? Or my neighbors?
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