Trevon Johnson a 17-year-old hood rat broke into a 54-year-old woman's home in Liberty City, florida. Now his family members are calling for the state’s attorney to file charges against the woman.
The woman raced home last Thursday after she received an alert from a security system company that there was a possible break-in at her home.
According to investigators, there was then a confrontation between Johnson and the 54-year-old woman and police officers responding to the scene heard at least one gunshot. They immediately entered the backyard and found Johnson on the ground bleeding from an apparent gunshot wound.
Johnson’s family members a bunch of mouthy obnoxious black females comments to local news reporters in the aftermath of the shooting and described them as “an impassioned claims that the teenager deserved justice, despite the circumstances of his death.”
The newspaper even goes so far as to highlight a comment from Johnson’s cousin that seems to blame Janrette for failing to recognize that maybe Johnson didn’t have another way to get money for school clothes.
“You have to look at it from every child’s point of view that was raised in the hood,” Johnson cousin Naukita Harris said. “You have to understand… how he gonna get his money to have clothes to go to school? You have to look at it from his point-of-view.”
The black community desperately need black men with the PTD message if they are ever going to have any chance to turn things around for the better and get off the gubermint plantation
Florida law provides “some of the staunchest protections in the country” for those seeking to protect their home intruders.
Hurry, get BlackLivesMatter, why are they so silent?
Why so invisible?
Well. it seems the homeowner 54-year-old Gwendolyn Jenrette isn’t white and her home isn’t a 8,000 sq foot mansion or anyting of the sort. It’s just a modest home that Gwendolyn has busted her ass to buy and still does the daily grind to maintain it.
Fear not, the marxist Washington Post is using the incident to criticize Florida’s homeowner protection laws.
Hat’s off to Gwendolyn Jenrette for standing her ground and protecting her private property.