You continue to hear that they use in America do not respect adults, law enforcement, or anybody they come in contact with that has a leadership role over them.
Can you believe this?
Murder suspects were in court and the one chance to profess their innocence and ask the judge for freedom, forgiveness or leniency they instead attempt to boost their social media followers. Are they serious? The suspects were denied bond.
The chief says 17-year-old Kejuan Mitchell Brown died of a single gunshot wound. A short time later, a car described by a witness was located at a nearby convenience store.
The four people inside were taken in for questioning and then charged with murder.
Police say that 18-year-old Jamari Trayvar Fair, 19-year-old Dennis Exell Gibbs and 22-year-old Alert Laven Taylor are charged as is a 15-year-old juvenile.
In a court appearance Thursday, the teens looked at the cameras in the courtroom an asked for followers on their social media accounts.
“What’s up, y’all? You can follow me on Twitter, follow me on Instagram, Snapchat,” one of the suspects said.
The suspects were denied bond in that court appearance.
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