Sheryl Underwood’s Emotional Plea On The Senseless Killing of Terence Clutcher


Comedian and talk show host Sheryl Underwood became emotional Wednesday on The Talk while addressing the shooting death of unarmed black man Terence Clutcher.

“You gotta make it a hate crime. You’ve gotta put people in jail. When you shoot somebody under the color of authority you need to lose your job, and you need to lose your livelihood and you need to lose your freedom like every other American loses their freedom. There needs to be consequences,” Underwood said.

Footage of Crutcher’s last moments have gone viral, and show the unarmed man with his hands in the air on a Tulsa, Oklahoma road before being shot by police officers.


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