He was like ‘I don’t want no Funny 1973 Protect Roe V Wade T Shirt, I don’t want no Shirt made,’ you know people get Shirt made, to help pay for the funeral or whatever, Ramirez said. My dad didn’t want any Shirt or anything, he was too proud of a person. I figured he would maybe actually like this, but he might actually say ‘what the hell did you put that up there for?’ But, that’s my dad.
Witnesses identified Foster as the person wearing the Chucky 1973 Protect Roe V Wade Shirt, which he also wore in his pictures on his Instagram and his Instagram handle, the document said.
Arsenal players will reportedly wear the Protect Roe V Wade Shirt while warming up before Premier League matches. The design is a similar look to the current Shirt which features a mix of red and black patterns.