BLACK LIVES DO MATTER, ESPECIALLY WHEN THEY ARE KILLED DOING A SELFLESS HEROIC ACT …
HERO … Tennessee teen killed in heroic act while shielding others from random act of gang violence. So will we hear from the Black Lives Matter crowd and the race baiting charlatans with regards to the death of 15 year old Zaevion Dobson? Who is Zaevion Dobson, you ask? He is Scared Monkeys hero of the week. God bless your soul. As stated in John 15:13, Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. Such was the case in Knoxville, Tennessee when Zaevion Dobson, a football player at Knoxville’s Fulton High School, was “struck and killed after he had jumped on top of three girls to shield them from the gunfire of a shooter. The three girls were not injured; however, this heroic young teen, described as as “success story”. Sadly, he is dead.
Rest in peace Zaevion Dobson.
UPDATE I: Suspects either killed or arrested.
Brandon Perry, 23, died at the University of Tennessee Medical Center where he was taken after he rammed a black BMW through the brick wall of an East Knoxville apartment about 2 a.m., Rausch said.
Perry and two other men were responsible, Rausch said, for randomly firing guns on Badgett Drive four hours before he crashed the 2002 BMW. Perry used the same BMW, Rausch said, when randomly firing rounds that struck Dobson.
Christopher D. Bassett is a suspect arrested in connection with three overnight shootings that resulted in two deaths.
The violence came in three separate spurts Thursday, starting at around 7:18 p.m. ET, Knoxville police said, when shots were fired at a house with two people inside: 46-year-old resident Lisa Perry and an unnamed 10-year-old.
Perry was hit multiple times in the lower back, police said on Facebook, and was transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. The child was not hurt.
Then, about three hours later, Brandon Perry, Lisa Perry’s 23-year-old son, and several other men drove to another neighborhood in Knoxville and “randomly fired multiple times into a crowd,” police said.
Those shots pierced Zaevion Dobson, a 15-year-old football player at Knoxville’s Fulton High School, who was “struck and killed after he had jumped on top of three girls to shield them from the shooters,” police said. The girls were not injured.
The overnight shooting spree came to an end just before 2 a.m. Friday, when Brandon Perry was shot while driving a BMW. He crashed the BMW into an apartment and was taken to the hospital with serious injuries, which he later died of, police said.
Two other men fled the crash, and were quickly taken into custody. One has been released. The other, Christopher D. Bassett, 20, was charged with being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm and violation of probation, and faces additional charges as the investigation unfolds. He is being held without bond.
Check out the emotional police press conference discussing the death of Zaevion Dobson and his heroic act below by Knoxville Police Chief David Rausch. Don’t tell me that the police do not care about black lives. They very much do and especially when they make such sacrifices like Zaevion did in trying to save others from senseless gang violence.