4 Chicago Teens In Custody After Broadcasting Kidnap Of Trump-Supporter Live On Social Media
Update January 5, 2017
Chicago cops just slapped 4 suspects with multiple charges — including hate crime — for kidnapping and torturing the 18-year-old man in that horrific Facebook Live video. Jordan Hill, Tesfaye Cooper, Brittany Covington and Tanishia Covington were charged Thursday with aggravated kidnapping, hate crime, aggravated unlawful restraint and aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. Jordan was additionally charged with robbery and possession of a stolen vehicle. Three of the 4, including Jordan, were also charged with residential burglary. The victim had been missing since Sunday and was found disoriented Wednesday. Cops later identified him as the man in the social media clip in which the suspects shouted “F*** Donald Trump” and “F*** white people” during a 30 minute torture session that included the victim’s scalp getting sliced.
January 4, 2017
There is a video uploaded on Facebook live yesterday, January 3, 2017 by a user name Brittany Herring.
She is an African American woman, who shows up in the video clip.
Around the 14 minute mark, there is unidentified man saying ‘ “This N*gga right here represents Trump”.
The 30 minute video shows a young white man, lately identified as being special needs, tied up in a corner, with blood coming from his head. The man’s mouth is gagged and is is repeatedly abused, kicked, and hit by the thugs, while forced to denounce white people and Donald Trump.
The video has been confirmed as real, Chicago police told FOX 32 that four people are currently in custody.
The suspects on the video can be heard yelling, “F*** Donald Trump! F*** white people!”
Community activist Andrew Holmes was made aware of the disturbing video.
FOX 32 was told the young man is now at a hospital being treated for his injuries.
Obama’s reaction??…. crickets
Zuckerberg’s reaction??…. crickets
MSM’s reaction??…. crickets
Michael Moore’s reaction??… crickets
This story just got the last four minutes on CNN. The previous ten minutes were spent discussing the possibility of Sen. Sessions being a racist because he may have been heard calling a person of color “boy.”
If this had happened to an African American, the media would have instantly responded with outrage. To say the least.
Conclusion: 8 years of Obama summarized in a 30- minute video