Superstar WNBA Skylar Diggins-Smith wants justice done in her home state … because the black man who is about to lynch was filmed, so she sent a letter back to the United States Attorney General. William barr.
TMZ obtained a copy of the letter Skylar and his fellow client from Roc Nation Yo Gotti sent to the Ministry of Justice regarding the case of Vauhxx reservation … which was terribly attacked during the weekend of July 4th.
Video of the incident showed several white men pinning Vauhxx against a tree and calling for someone to bring him a noose. Passers-by eventually intervened and convinced the men to release Vauhxx, and although state charges have been filed against the suspects … Skylar and Gotti want the federal government to get involved.
In the letter they write, “A violent racist racist attack like this is further a federal crime.” Further, they say that the attempted lynching of Vauhxx, a civil rights activist, “demands your attention and all efforts to ensure justice is done, prosecuting those who attacked Vauhxx Booker for their violent hate crime. “
Skylar was born in South Bend, IN and went on to become a star of Notre Dame Hoops. She and Gotti are clients of Roc Nation … which is why the Roc team puts all its legal weight in the fight to obtain justice for Vauhxx.
Last week, prosecutors in Monroe County, Indiana charged 2 men with forcible confinement, intimidation and battery of Vauhxx – but as Skylar and Gotti point out, those counts make no mention of ‘a hate crime … that’s why they want the federal government to also file a complaint.