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The Killing of Kenneth Chamberlain Showtimes this Friday, September 17 – at City Center in White Plains

Showing in cities around the country, including in White Plains right where this occurred. A very important moment.

Kenneth Chamberlain Jr has been adding the hashtag #TheWorldWillSee after many of his posts on social media the last year or two. As if he spoke it into existence the world will finally see what happen to his dad ten years ago, this Friday, September 17th. The film, The Killing Of Kenneth Chamberlain will finally hit the big screen across the nation for all to see.

Across the street from the Mayor’s office at City Center in the city where his father was murder, people will be coming from all over New York to see The Killing Of Kenneth.

Tickets went on sale, Tuesday for “The Killing of Kenneth Chamberlain” at the City Center 15 Cinema de Lux in White Plains, NY. The film is also playing in select theaters around the country as well (see below).

There will be approximately five showtimes on Friday 12:00 PM, 2:30 PM, 5:00 PM, 7:30 PM 7 10:00 PM. You can including purchase your tickets online at ..

“I am asking that people please come out and support the film,” Chamberlain Jr., shared.. “The greater the turnout for the weekend the more theaters it can go in throughout the country.”

The film shows the events that led to the death of Kenneth Chamberlain Sr., who was an elderly African-American Marine veteran who was retired from the Westchester County Department of Corrections with bipolar disorder. He was killed during a conflict with officers of the White Plains Police Department that were dispatched for a medical call to check on him. 90 minutes after they arrived Mr. Chamberlain was tasered, shot with bean bag and then murdered in his living room. He only crime was inadvertently setting off his Life Alert pendent in his sleep.

Kenneth Chamberlain Jr., has been fighting for justice for his father ever since. None of the officer have ever been charged for his father’s murder.

Kenneth Chamberlain Jr., Frankie Faison who played his father in the film, David Midell (Director) and Enrico Natale (Producer) appeared on Black Westchester’s People Before Politics Radio, Sunday, September 12th to discuss the film.

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