1 Year Old Toddler Antiq Hennis Shot and Killed in Brooklyn, NY While Being Pushed in Stroller By Parents
Where is Obama’s comment that if he had a baby boy, he would look like Antiq Hennis?
A one year old toddler, Antiq Hennis, was shot and killed last night while in his stroller with his parents in Brooklyn, NY. The fatal shooting took place at Bristol Street and Livonia Avenue in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn. According to reports, witnesses say that there were three or four shots fired. The police believe the bullets were meant for his father, Anthony Hennis, who has a criminal record of more than 20 arrests in New York and Pennsylvania that include narcotics, weapons possession and other crimes.
One indivdial on the video below stated the following in response to the senseless murder, “This has got to stop in our community, innocent people are dying for reasons we have no understanding of.” However, this is just another example of more crime and murders in the black community while Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, the NAACP and Barack Obama remain silent.
A manhunt was underway Monday for the man who fatally shot a 1-year-old boy in his stroller on a Brooklyn street Sunday night, authorities said.
Antiq Hennis and his parents were a block from their home in the Brownsville section when witnesses said three or four shots were fired.
Local media, citing law enforcement sources and family members, reported that the child’s father was the intended target, but that Antiq was shot in the head.
The child’s father was unharmed but distraught after the bullets, a neighbor told the New York Daily News.
“He was screaming ‘My baby got shot.’ He was going crazy,” said Gina Gamboa. “The baby was breathing, but his eyes were closed. It’s crazy. They just will start shooting.”
UPDATE II: Father of 1-year-old child killed in Brooklyn not helping police track down his son’s killer.
The father of the 16-month-old child shot dead in his stroller is not cooperating with investigators trying to find his son’s killer, according to cops.
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