Mobile County, Alabama (WKRG) — Almost two years have passed since a beloved member of the Mobile racing community was killed outside a bar in western Mobile. Next week, friends and family will meet to celebrate Michael Beasley’s memories.
In many respects, the 2nd year Michael Beasley Memorial A worthy compliment. Held at the George County Motorsports Park, where he spent a lot of time, collecting toys for the Mobile Child Advocacy Center.
“I’m passionate about children, I’m just helping them and doing it for them,” said his father, Roger Beasley. The family says he loved racing, loved helping young people participate in sports, and had a good time doing it.
“It didn’t matter which day he was able to raise you at any time,” said Beasley’s mother, Paula Clark. The family says they are still waiting for justice nearly two years after Michael Beasley’s death.
“We’re not very happy with the judicial system — it takes a lot of time. We understand COVID, but it just gives medicine, it gives medicine,” Roger Beasley said. rice field.
Beasley was killed outside the West Mobile bar in November 2019. Wesley Ledbetter has been accused of murder. Recently, the judge denied the request for immunity for self-defense reasons. In this case, the trial may begin early next year.
The 2nd Annual Michael Beasley Memorial will be held on November 6th in George County.For more information, please see this link ..
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