Jamarion was born on April 1, 1990 in Albany, GA. He was 26 years old at the time of his death. He was the oldest of two children as well as the oldest of 9 grandchildren. Jamarion Robinson was a former student athlete at Clark Atlanta University from 2008-2010. Jamarion's freshman year of college he was recognized as freshman player of the year on the CAU football team. At the time of his death he was a student athlete at Tuskegee University where he majored in political science. Jamarion was smart, intelligent, humorous, athletic, loving and caring to all those he came into contact with especially his family. He was very cared for and loved by all. Jamarion loved riding his motorcycle and keeping his younger cousin's and nephew.
In December 2015, Jamarion was diagnosed with schizophrenia/paranoid and as a result of this, his family rallied around him, supported him and continued to pour love into him. As like anyone with mental health issues, Jamarion had his battles. He never gave up on his dreams and he inspired all those around him. On August 5, 2016, Jamarion was murdered by a U.S. Marshals Taskforce in Atlanta, GA. Jamarion was shot 59 times leaving a total of 76 bullet holes in his body which is entry and exit wounds. Jamarion had no history of any violent crimes, nor was he a convicted felon.
After this life alternating event, Jamarion's mother went into activism mode to shine awareness on police brutality as well as mental health. This is why the Jamarion Robinson Foundation was formed.
JAMARION WAS A GREAT ATHLETE
JAMARION WAS A STAR
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