(Natural News) As Black Lives Matter activists chant “say their name” in the streets while they destroy, loot, and assault, children are being shot and even killed all over the country due to an increase in violence thanks to the Black Lives Matter movement, and yet no one is saying their names.
(Article by K.Winters republished from LawEnforcementToday.com)
On Wednesday, September 2nd, a four year old girl and her mother were playing in Oak Park in Kansas City, MO, when a silver vehicle opened fire on another vehicle, and the innocent girl was shot by a stray bullet.
The unidentified four year old was shot in the leg, and taken to the hospital with non-life threaten injuries, although it is unknown what her current prognosis is.
According to Fox4, officers were in the area at the time of the shooting, and when they arrived on scene, they found the girl’s mother cradling her bleeding daughter on the ground, police said.
There have still been no arrests made in this case, but anyone with information is urged to call the TIPS Hotline at 816-474-8477.
This four year old girl was very lucky to escape with only a bullet to the leg, although as a parent, the thought of my child getting shot is something I cannot fathom, let alone, be thankful they were”just” shot in the leg.
In Atlanta, Georgia, another girl was not as lucky.On July 4th, eight year old Secoriea Turner was shot and killed while riding in the backseat of a Jeep Cherokee with her mother. The shooting occurred when the SUV came upon a makeshift roadblock on University Avenue in south Atlanta.
According to police, the Jeep attempted to go around the roadblock when it was fired upon at least eight times.
Though multiple suspects were said to be involved, only one person, 19-year-old Julian Conley, was arrested and charged with murder and two counts of aggravated assault, however, he tells a very different story of what took place that night.
Conley claims that the Jeep rammed through the barricade and struck an armed man. Once the man stood up, he began firing upon the car, although this account does not match police evidence.
According to AJC, Secoriea’s mother, Charmaine Turner, said she heard her daughter scream and call out for her.