HOMEMITRICE'S STORYFATHER'S CORNERTHE COVER-UPCONTACTSEVENTSTIMELINEMEDIAPHOTOSBLOG

HOMEMITRICE'S STORYFATHER'S CORNERTHE COVER-UPCONTACTSEVENTSTIMELINEMEDIAPHOTOSBLOG

HOMEMITRICE'S STORYFATHER'S CORNERTHE COVER-UPCONTACTSEVENTSTIMELINEMEDIAPHOTOSBLOG

HOMEMITRICE'S STORYFATHER'S CORNERTHE COVER-UPCONTACTSEVENTSTIMELINEMEDIAPHOTOSBLOG

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CONTACT INFORMATION
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Michael L. Richardson
2851 West 120th Street
Suite "E" #325
Hawthorne, CA 90250
Phone (641) 715-3900 Ext. 74090#
mvrichardson@bringmitricehome.org
HOMEMITRICE'S STORYFATHER'S CORNERTHE COVER-UPCONTACTSEVENTSTIMELINEMEDIAPHOTOSBLOG



CONTACT INFORMATION
 
Michael L. Richardson
Victoria L. Richardson
2851 West 120th Street
Suite "E" #325
Hawthorne, CA 90250
Phone (641) 715-3900 Ext. 74090#
mvrichardson@bringmitricehome.org
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This is why Law Enforcement, County Coroner, and others choose not to contact Mr. Richardson. 

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"After the sixth time learning from the media circuit that breaking news regarding Mitrice has been issued because no one contacted me, the Father of Mitrice, I'm not eating any more damn Humble Pie. I've tried to work with people, and Law Enforcement and they continue to disregard me!
Where have you been Mr. Richardson, have you given up, or you no longer seeking justice? What's the latest with the FBI? Mr. Richardson, I read in the news you have joined forces with Mitrice Mother and her attorney, what's up with that? So now that the judge ordered the release of the tapes of Mitrice what happens?  Well here are all of your answers
This Has Got to Stop: More @#$% Ups Courtesy of the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department Regarding Mitrice Richardson
by Jasmyne Cannick
So once more Michael Richardson, the father of one Mitrice Richardson was the last to know that coroner’s investigators decided to back out to the Malibu ravine where Mitrice’s body—or shall I say, most of her body was found last year, 11 months after she first went missing.  Found was three bone fragments, believed to be from two fingers and a wrist.  Nice.

So when I called Michael to see how he was doing, and him not knowing, and me not knowing that he didn’t know, let’s just that was an awkward conversation.

But what I love about Michael is his ride or die attitude, which is very similar to mine.

In no time we were standing in the parking lot of the same sheriff’s station that Mitrice was allegedly last scene leaving from—and it was on.

To say Michael was pissed is an under statement.  The man was mad.  And let’s face it, he has every right to be.  He’s continually disrespected by the sheriff’s department who I suspect just isn’t used to dealing with a Black father who isn’t banging, on drugs, in prison, or just MIA.

I mean who could forget the scene at the sheriff’s headquarters when Mitrice was first found and head sheriff Lee Baca lost his cool with reporters when questioned why Michael hadn’t been notified prior to the press conference.  I’m just saying.

More recently he found out secondhand that the federal bureau of investigation decided to pass on his daughter’s case.  Nice.

And now this.  You have a search and you tell everyone but her father.  That’s some bullshit and Black fathers need to unite around this because it’s Michael today and you tomorrow—and that’s real.

It doesn’t matter what the relationship status is between the mother and the father, together, separated, divorced, not speaking, whatever—it doesn’t matter.  If the father steps to the plate, as Michael has from day one, he has the right to be kept on the loop.  I mean the sheriff’s department does a better job of keeping the media informed than Mitrice’s own father.  Now what part of the game is that?

We had a few rough moments today when I thought we might need that bail money stashed away—but Michael pulled through it and said what he needed to say as her father and made it clear, he’s not going anywhere.