Justice For Robert Fuller: Read to know how to donate for his burial?

Justice For Robert Fuller: Body found hanging from tree in Palmdale

A young black man found hanging from a tree in Palmdale on Wednesday. He has been identified as Robert Fuller who is 20-year-old by the family.

Police found the body around 4 am hanging from a tree in Poncitlan Square.

The Dean of the  Los Angeles Country Sheriff’s Department’s Homicide Bureau in a statement said, “All indicators point to a suicide” for Fuller’s death, “but investigators are waiting for full autopsy results and information from the man’s next of kin regarding past issues with mental illness.”

People after hearing the unclear statements of the authorities felt something fishy and once again united with #JusticeForRobertFuller on Twitter.

Note – there is no evidence available to support ‘lynching’ of this incident, if you have the information then feel free to mail us at “thecourierdaily@gmail.com”

How to donate for Robert Fuller’s burial?

Now, the online fundraiser program has been created to collect donations for the burial of Robert Fuller. Follow to steps below to donate:

  • First of all visit – GoFundMe.
  • Then you will find the “Donate now” button, click on it.
  • Enter the donation amount, tip amount, your name, email address, payment details, etc.
  • Fill the captcha and press the “Donate” button.

(Also read: Suspected Suicide: A 20-year-old young man found dead.)

Diamond Alexander, who organized this fundraiser said, “Words can’t describe how my family is feeling. We grew up there in the Antelope Valley, we have so many friends, families that loved Robert. Please help with whatever you can. We greatly appreciate everyone. Thank you for standing with us during this difficult time.”

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Amit Sharma
I'm an entertainment lover, traveler and loves to read and write on latest news and stories across the globe. I've 6 years of journalism experience and currently settled with The Courier Daily (TCD) as a full time journalist and content writer.


  1. You noted that there’s no evidence that this was a lynching. What evidence is there that this is a suicide? If none, you should also note that.

    As a white person, I can’t imagine a Black person who would kill themselves in the style of historical lynchings knowing the way that would reverberate through the Black community and the way it would make his family think he was murdered in an act of racial terrorism.

    If there is not overwhelming evidence that this was suicide, like video, then we should proceed with robust investigations of the situations as if it were a lynching. If it looks like a duck…

    • The police alleging that this was a suicide, or that “indicators” point to suicide without providing any evidence is not, in and of itself, evidence. Police allegations are not more credible than citizen allegations. I would go as far as saying they are actually less credible.


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