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2 Arrest Made & 3 Gang Bangers Charged With The Murder Of 9 Year Old Chicago Native Tyshawn Lee!

2 Arrest Made & 3 Gang Bangers Charged With The Murder Of 9 Year Old Chicago Native Tyshawn Lee!

by November 27, 2015 0 comments

Police Arrest 2 of 3 Chicago Savages!

By: Tommy “Tj” Sotomayor

First off, let me just say that there would have been no need for the police if this had been a real community because the people in that community would have killed everyone who seemed like they were involved in this death.

There would have been no need for police had this been a real father because a real father would have already had done what needed to be done in this situation since you niggaz are so hard right?

And lastly, did I say how much I hate this little boys mom and any woman like her?

Well, the mean ole white police seems to have made their way into solving this murder by announcing that not only do they have 2 in custody but they are seeking one more person in the horrible, barbaric murder of 9 year old Tyshawn Lee…

This entire neighborhood needs to be nuked back to the stone age simply because nothing is going to change as long as black women are allowed to keep having as many kids as they want all while living off of government funds.  The only people who enjoy these places are the white liberals who empower the black women to live in this violence untouched like queens over their sh*t stained kingdoms!

Black women care nothing about black men and as you can see, 4 black males lives have been ruined and the only one who benefited, was the childs mom.. think about that for a minute!

 

Two suspects in custody for Chicago gang hit on 9-year-old Tyshawn Lee

Chicago police said on Friday that 27-year-old Corey Morgan had been arrested in the fatal shooting of nine-year-old Tyshawn Lee on the city’s South Side. Wochit

CHICAGO— A 27-year-old gang member faces a murder charge for the brutal execution of a 9-year-old boy who was lured into an alley and shot earlier this month, police said Friday.

Chicago Police Superintendent Gary McCarthy identified the suspect as Corey Morgan, of Lansing, Ill., who was charged with first-degree murder. McCarthy said that Morgan had at least two other accomplices. Police declined to detail the exact role they believe Morgan and his accomplices played in the killing.

Police are hunting for a second man, whom McCarthy identified as Kevin Edwards. Investigators believe one other person played a role in the shooting. That person is in police custody on an unrelated charge. Police have yet to identify that suspect.

McCarthy said they believe the suspects targeted  Tyshawn because of his father’s gang ties.

“It was act of barbarism, the assassination of a 9-year-old child as a gang retaliation to get back at his father,” McCarthy said.

The father, Pierre Stokes, previously told reporters he is not in a gang and does not believe his son’s killing was retaliation. Stokes is on probation for a 2011 armed robbery conviction. He was arrested and charged in June 2014 with unlawful use of a weapon, but has pleaded not guilty to that charge.

“All three (suspects) are in the same gang,” McCarthy told reporters. “I can tell you this: They are going to be obliterated. That gang just signed its own death warrant.”

McCarthy added that he is going to assign police resources to insure that “neither one of those gangs can raise their heads again.”

Asked on Friday about Stokes’ cooperation, McCarthy said the father has not helped “at all.” McCarthy described the Nov. 2 killing as part of a string of violence between rival gangs on the city’s South Side that began in August and has left at least two other people dead, in addition to several non-fatal shootings.

“Tyshawn Lee was murdered in probably the most abhorrent, cowardly, unfathomable crime that I’ve witnessed in 35 years of policing,” McCarthy told reporters earlier this month as police searched for tips.

At his funeral, Tyshawn was recalled as a little boy who loved basketball, school and playing video games with his cousins. Police found the basketball that Tyshawn was known to carry with him everywhere he went near his body.McCarthy said investigators believe the boy was playing basketball at a nearby park when he was lured into the alley and killed.

McCarthy said Morgan and his lawyer met with police two days after Tyshawn’s killing, but did not make a statement. He was arrested two weeks later in the Chicago suburbs on an unrelated weapons violation. Bond was set at $1 million, but Morgan was released after posting $100,000.

McCarthy said they believe that Edwards, the wanted suspect, was still in the area and urged the man to turn himself in.

“We are going to catch you, we’re definitely going to catch him,” McCarthy. “And quite frankly, in a heinous crime like this, he’s probably better off if we catch him than somebody else.”

Police and local activists offered reward money for information that would lead to the suspects’ arrests. McCarthy said that police received plenty of community help in developing leads, but ultimately the reward money did not come into play.

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