Secoriea Turner, an 8-year-old traveling in the vehicle with her mother and on her way to see her cousin, was gunned down after a block party last night.
The driver tried to drive through a new barricade (which are frequently being put up,) to make a u-turn when someone from inside the protest opened fire on them. Secoriea’s mother was driving and she had a friend in the car.
According to Police Sergeant John Chafee Chafee, the preliminary police investigation indicates that the girl was riding in a vehicle with her mother and an adult friend when they exited the interstate onto University Avenue.
Chafee said the driver tried to enter a parking lot when he was confronted by a group of armed people who had blocked the entrance. During the confrontation, Chafee said the group opened fire on the vehicle, striking it multiple times, and hitting the girl inside.
Chafee said the driver then drove to Atlanta Medical Center for help.
He said that homicide investigators are working to identify the suspects as their investigation continues.
The latest BLM protests and riots have started a deeper look into whether or not systemic police racism exists. The Washington Post actually posted an opinion piece that is very in-depth regarding the matter. You may find it quite eye-opening as it potentially betrays their common narrative as a media outlet. You can find it here.
Below you can find some choppy footage from the carnage at the site in which Secoriea was gunned down last night.
Aside from Secoriea, there were twenty other incidents of gunfire in the Atlanta area.
This individual that posted these videos on Twitter said this was at a block party, not at a Black Lives Matter Protest. As far as we can tell, these may be two separate events.
According to Matt Walsh, police killed 9 unarmed black people last year. 25 people were just shot in Atlanta the last couple days.
The organizers of the BLM movement do not advocate for a nuclear family, which statistically lowers crime rates, but this is what their website states:
We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and “villages” that collectively care for one another, especially our children, to the degree that mothers, parents, and children are comfortable.
What do you think about Black Lives Matter?
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Matthew – Strictly News