"You just want to see justice at some point," Baker said. "I've been in different situations growing up as a minority and going through the court system. I can understand how the court system can be against us sometimes as African Americans. ... I don't know if what happened was right, if the officer was right for killing him. At least you [should] have a trial to see if it was right or wrong. All you want is just justice and fairness."
"Well you know, I'm comfortable with what I believe in," Baker said. "If I believe in something and I feel strongly about it, I'm going to show it or voice it. I had a strong opinion about wanting justice for all people — not just African Americans. It just so happens every time you turn on the news, there's been a lot of times when it's an African American getting killed by either a white cop or a white person. And nothing's happening, you know? It just seems to be like a never-ending story that just keeps happening, and nothing's being resolved."