Friends of BLM Activist shot in the head refuse to talk to Police to find killers

Friends of BLM Activist shot in the head refuse to talk to Police to find killers

Critics have slammed the “friends” of Black Lives Matter activistSasha Johnson, who was shot in the head by a gang of four black men, after they appeared to care little about her life by refusing to talk to police to help convict the killers.

Johnson was left in critical condition after being shot during a late night party in south London last month. It appears as though she was caught in the middle of a gunfight between rival gangs.

Despite professional race baiters initially claiming Johnson was targeted for her activism, authorities later confirmed the suspects were four black men.  

18-year-old Cameron Deriggs was charged with conspiracy to murder but three other men who acted as potential accomplices were freed on bail until late June.

However, Detective Chief Inspector Richard Leonard says that precisely none of the 30 or so individuals who were at the party have agreed to speak to police.

In other words, instead of helping the police to convict Johnson’s killers, their silence is contributing to allowing her murderers to escape justice.

So much for black lives mattering.

“Apparently #Sasha Johnson’s party friends don’t think HER life matters. Where are the “silence is violence” brigade?” asked Mike Graham.

Johnson’s shooting and the subsequent behaviour of her “friends” once again proves that BLM activists don’t care about black lives unless they are taken by white people.

The victim, a militant Black Lives Matter leader who has repeatedly espoused violent rhetoric and supported the ‘defund the police’ movement, has undergone two operations to release pressure on her brain and is still in critical condition.

Over the years, Media outlets have gained a level of trust and accountability. Unfortunately, we have seen time after time that this image has been abused and they have become partisan outlets for political and strategical gains. I believe that the first job of a journalist is to deliver the news impartially and outlets have to distinguish between news broadcasting and opinion delivery.

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