BLM’S AMERICA: Two Thugs Arrested Following Gruesome Murder of Georgia High School Football Star
A Georgia high school football star was shot dead in a Dave and Buster’s parking lot last week, and two thugs have been taken into custody as suspects.
Elijah DeWitt, 18, was allegedly murdered by Kemare Bryan, 18, and Chandler Richardson, 19, following a dispute in Lawrenceville, Ga. Bryan and Richardson were found in South Carolina at the time of their apprehension.
“Detectives are still working to investigate the motive behind this incident, it appears that the suspects and the victim were familiar with each other and when they encountered each other in the parking lot, an altercation took place and then the shooting,” Gwinnett Police Department said in a statement about the grizzly killing.
“I was at Dave & Buster’s, I heard people screaming, I look towards my right, and I see someone lay down,” a witness said while reporting the incident to 911. “I’ve never seen anything like this, man.”
Bryan and Richardson have been charged with malice, felony murder, firearm possession and aggravated assault and were extradited back to Georgia to stand trial for their alleged crimes.
This is part of an extremely troubling trend. There has been an explosive rise in the murder rate with regards to black Americans in recent years:
FBI announces: Blacks made up 60.4% of known murder offenders in 2021.
That would be a new record for black dominance of murders, up from a record 56.5% black in 2020, although methodological snafus reduced police department participation this year.https://t.co/n6rjMntcUi pic.twitter.com/FVfHYi7SvX
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Big League Politics has reported on how support for Black Lives Matter is plummeting nationally as Americans see the fruits of this violent anti-white terror movement:
“A new poll by the University of Massachusetts Amherst found that support Black Lives Matter has been dwindling since April 2021, especially among African Americans.
These figures came right before the two-year anniversary of the death of George Floyd.