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Retailer Amazon continues to sell the & # 39; I & # 39; m fine & # 39; T-shirt despite being criticized by the families of victims of mesemic crimes

Mother whose son, 17, was stabbed to blast Amazon for selling sick blood-splashed & # 39; I'm fine & # 39; T-shirts after eBay agreed to ban them

  • The white clothing has blood stains that look like a stab or gunshot
  • eBay previously sold the offensive clothing but has now banned them
  • But Amazon, Zazzle, Redbubble and Wish continue to sell similar clothing
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A mother whose 17-year-old son was stabbed outside of elementary school has scared the hell out of Amazon because he sold sick, blood-splattered T-shirts after eBay agreed to banish them.

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The white dress has blood stains that look like a stab or a bullet wound and contain the slogan & # 39; I'm fine. & # 39;

The online giant eBay hit the offensive clothes for just £ 2.03, but it banned the stuff after being warned of the pain that the T-shirts caused to the families of victims of mesemic crime.

Peguy Kato, 42, who lost her 17-year-old son Champion Ganda to crime, slammed the T-shirts that Amazon continues to sell.

Retailer Amazon continues to sell the & # 39; I & # 39; m fine & # 39; T-shirt despite being criticized by the families of victims of mesemic crimes

Retailer Amazon continues to sell the & # 39; I & # 39; m fine & # 39; T-shirt despite being criticized by the families of victims of mesemic crimes

Champion (photo) was shot outside an elementary school in 2013 in Newham, East London
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Champion (photo) was shot outside an elementary school in 2013 in Newham, East London

Champion (photo) was shot outside an elementary school in 2013 in Newham, East London

Another version of the & # 39; I & # 39; m fine & # 39; T-shirt. eBay has now confirmed that it has removed the offensive clothing from their website

Another version of the & # 39; I & # 39; m fine & # 39; T-shirt. eBay has now confirmed that it has removed the offensive clothing from their website

Another version of the & # 39; I & # 39; m fine & # 39; T-shirt. eBay has now confirmed that it has removed the offensive clothing from their website

Peguy Kato, 42, (photo), who lost her 17-year-old son Champion Ganda to crime, slammed the T-shirts that Amazon continues to sell

Peguy Kato, 42, (photo), who lost her 17-year-old son Champion Ganda to crime, slammed the T-shirts that Amazon continues to sell

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Peguy Kato, 42, (photo), who lost her 17-year-old son Champion Ganda to crime, slammed the T-shirts that Amazon continues to sell

Calling for all websites to stop beating them, she said: Does this mean it's good to be killed or good to be stabbed?

& # 39; I keep looking at the photo again and again.

& # 39; I don't know if it's a joke or what they are going to say if all these children die and their families cry.

& # 39; This shows no respect for the families of victims of mesemic crimes who love their sons. & # 39;

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Tragic champion was shot outside primary school in 2013 in Newham, East London.

She added: “They make it look like it's a joke, but it's the life of human beings lost on the street.

& # 39; Children die and families suffer.

& # 39; To see blood on the T-shirt and to see families say that it is going well, it normalizes and glorifies stabbing.

& # 39; People walk into the street with T-shirts with stab wounds.

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& # 39; This shows no respect for families whose loved ones have died. & # 39;

Amazon, Zazzle, Redbubble and Wish all sell the same clothing

Amazon, Zazzle, Redbubble and Wish all sell the same clothing

Amazon, Zazzle, Redbubble and Wish all sell the same clothing

An eBay spokesperson said: & # 39; We have removed these items and informed the sellers.

& # 39; These items have been banned from eBay & # 39; s UK platform and any future offers will be removed. & # 39;

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Amazon, Zazzle, Redbubble and Wish all sell the same clothing.

More than 30 people were stabbed to death in London this year – with five dead last week.

A Redbubble spokesperson said: & # 39; Redbubble is very passionate about art and creativity, and all uploaded user content must comply with our community guidelines.

& # 39; Products that display blood but do not violate any policy may be sold on the RedBubble marketplace as long as they are & # 39; mature content & # 39; are highlighted.

& # 39; As a global marketplace where artists sell their designs on everyday products to customers in more than 200 countries, Redbubble generally makes no distinction between the distribution of products based on geography. & # 39;

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Amazon declined to comment. Wens and Zazzle have been contacted for comment.

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