Dallas Cops Hunt for Black Male Suspect in Mass Shooting at Bar Resulting in One Death
Dallas law enforcement is looking for 21-year-old Jonathanlacory Terrell Rogers as he is considered the prime suspect for a shooting that occurred at Pryme Bar wounding seven people and killing another.
Cops were called out on Saturday night to Pryme Bar, which is located at 10333 Technology Blvd., near Northwest Highway and Interstate 35E in Dallas. They reported that eight people had been shot – five women and three men – with their ages ranging from 18 to 46.
Daisy Navarrete, 21, of Plano is the one victim who died. All of the other individuals shot are expected to recover. This is not the first time that Rogers has allegedly been involved with a fatal shooting.
While living in Louisiana, he was arrested as a suspect for two shootings. He was jailed in April 2019 in connection with a shooting that occurred at a trailer park in Shreveport. Four youths aged 11 to 19 were struck in the gunfire.
Rogers had also been taken in and charged with murder previously. He was charged in Feb. 2019 for the shooting murder of a 24-year-old Shreveport motorist in an incident that happened the previous December. Even though he was a suspect in both of these cases, Rogers still remained on the streets due to lax criminal justice policies.
Big League Politics has reported on the Black Lives Matter push to get violent criminals back on the streets based on their ethnicity as part of the terror movement’s crusade against civilization:
“Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) is calling Black Lives Matter a “terrorist” group after months of sustained violence from the organization has rocked the nation.
“Their goal is terrorism. They’re admitting it. If you look at their exchanges online and social media, they’re saying their goal is to terrorize public officials, and really anybody. Many of the people at the restaurants being terrorized are not public officials. But their goal is terror,” Paul said during a recent Homeland Security Committee meeting.
Paul has been the victim of BLM terror in the past. While leaving the Republican National Convention last month, he was hounded by a mob of leftist terrorists who put his family in danger...
Paul has typically been a proponent of police reform and has echoed some of the rhetoric of Black Lives Matter activists, particularly on issues like ending qualified immunity and no-knock warrants. That has not stopped the group from attacking him, which has opened Paul’s eyes about the true nature of the movement.“
St. George Floyd is no doubt looking down on Rogers with great respect and reverence as his legacy is upheld in the third-world hellscape that America is rapidly devolving into.