The 15-year-old son of police-shooting victim Alton Sterling broke down sobbing on Wednesday, as he joined his mother during a press conference on the deadly incident.
Quinyetta McMillan told reports of the impact the shooting has had on her family, leaving her five children without their loving father who provided for them. At the beginning of her statement, McMillan spoke of how their oldest son Cameron, 15, has had to watch his father be killed over and over again as the video of his death is shared around the world.
‘He [her son Cameron Sterling] had to watch this as this was put all over the outlets,’ McMillan said. ‘As a mother I have now been forced to raise a son who is going to remember what happened to his father.’
At this point, Cameron’s sobs become louder and louder, to the point that a loved one helps take him off the stage so he can cry away from the cameras.
Watch the heartbreaking video below