Buffalo (USA). Ten people were killed in a recent shooting at a supermarket in Buffalo in New York, US, and all those killed were cremated with a body cremated on Saturday. Ruth Witfield, an 86-year-old veteran, was cremated on Saturday. Vice President Kamala Harris attended the condolence meeting with her husband Doug Amoff at Mount Olive Baptist Church here.
Harris consoled the bereaved and said in his address that it is time for all good people to unite against the injustice that was perpetrated on May 14 at Rob's Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, in Topps Friendly Market, Texas, and other shootings Gone. The Vice President said, “This is the time for all the people to come together, for the people who love God to unite and say that we will not support this. It's just enough."
Harris had no schedule to address the gathering, but she did speak at the request of Al Sharpton, a Baptist minister, and human rights activist. The Vice President and her husband also visited a memorial and paid floral tributes and offered prayers to those killed. President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden also paid tribute here on May 17. Later talking to reporters, Harris said, "The administration will not sit still. We know how to deal with it.