Justice for Sincere "Spud" Pierce.

18-year-old Sincere “Spud” Pierce born April 02, 2002 was a bright and lively individual. He was a son, nephew, brother, cousin, confidant and friend to many. Sincere had a passion for music and he let it be known through his recordings and frequent visits to the recording studio to put his voice out there.

 Sincere left his home in Cocoa Friday, November 13, 2020 at approximately 10:31a with friends and no one expected what would happen next. Sincere along with the other passengers of the vehicle would be the next victims of an officer shooting minutes later. Sincere was a victim of gun violence at the hands of Brevard County Sheriff Deputies in pursuit of a vehicle. This vehicle traveling on Stetson Dr. in Cocoa Florida, with Sincere as a passenger was not the vehicle the officers were pursuing. Sheriff deputies opened fire on the vehicle as his mother stood by, pleading “Please don’t shoot! My baby is in the car. He just got in the car. Please?!”. This was clearly a case of mistaken identity and negligence upon BCSO deputies.

 Cynthia Green, a long-time resident of Brevard County and mother and guardian of Sincere watched as deputies yelled for the occupants of the vehicle, accompanied by Sincere to stop the vehicle and then immediately began firing rounds into windows of the car in what would seem to disable the occupants. This is beyond their training measures provided by FDLE prior to becoming road deputies. These shots all appeared to be kill shots as multiple shots were fired into the windows of the vehicle. Firing at the vehicle immediately disabled the driver and with inability to control the vehicle it veered off and was stopped by a wall in a neighboring resident’s home on Stetson Dr. Mrs. Green stood by as deputies, spewed profanities at her positioned themselves on foot in what already appeared to be a stand-off and murdered her son and his friend.

 This was a direct negligent act at the hands of Brevard County Deputies law enforcement. These are deputies that are sworn to “Protect and Serve”. In this, what BCSO deputies are calling an “isolated incident” clearly was not. Now, Sincere along with friend, a 16-year-old passenger met their demises that morning going to visit other friends.

 No other information is being released on the status of the officers or investigation for this heinous act.  It should be known to the public that no weapons or illicit drugs were found in this vehicle. All occupants of the vehicle were unarmed and therefore by law not considered “armed and dangerous”.

 
We the family are pleading for help and we want justice. We do not want our children afraid of law enforcement. This has made an immediate impact on our family both young and old. Burial services are extremely expensive. To have Sincere a son, brother, nephew, cousin and friend buried in the most respectful manner possible we are asking for donations. This will help aid Christopher and Cynthia Green in any way possible. It will not change what has happened to their son but will however give them hope for a positive outlook for things to come. Thank you for the read and in advance for any donations received. God Bless.

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  • Mary De Ridder 
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  • AMY FRAME 
    • $10 
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  • Spencer Reed 
    • $10 
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    • $25 
    • 32 mins
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    • $10 
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Organizer and beneficiary

Cynthia Green 
Organizer
Rockledge, FL
Cynthia Green 
Beneficiary
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