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Manhunt Continues For Coward: 16 Month Old Gunned Down In Brooklyn Streets

While light rain trickled down during one of New York’s most anticipated festivities of the summer, nearly 3 million people gathered in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn for the annual West Indies Day parade, and it’s hard to imagine that such a celebration could spark any kind of pride at all considering the horrific crime that took place hours earlier only a few blocks away from the parade route. A precious baby boy name Antiq Hennis was in a stroller as his mother and father were out for a walk this past Sunday evening. The family outing soon turned tragic as a gunmen approached and began opening fire on the young family. 23 year old Anthony Hennis who cops say they believe was the suspected target, ran away leaving his son and the child’s mother behind. Police say the older Hennis was a known gang member with nearly 20 arrest. After having failed to shoot the man, cops say the gunmen walked up to the man’s 16 month old son, pointed the gun at his head, and executed the innocent child right on the street. The kid’s mother was reportedly unharmed, and community leaders are outraged that not only has violence continued to plague Brownsville city streets, but in this incident one of the city’s youngest victims has fallen prey to such senseless violence, a growing trend that signifies that a ruthless, heartless, and despicable culture of criminals have made it known that young children are fair game in the lore of retaliatory gang violence. Community leaders and police say they believe they know who the suspect is and are trying to bring him into custody. It’s a very said case of a father’s sins being brought home at the expense of his innocent child. To add insult to injury, the child’s father refuses to cooperate with police to help bring the gunmen to justice. In a typical practice of urban culture, the father most certainly has intentions on meting out retaliation in the form of his own brand of street justice, and it’s sad that more violence may in fact occur before there is any resemblance of closure to this heartbreaking story. This era of “pop culture” where “thugdom” and “gangsterism” has increasing become the order of the day, makes it crystal clear that there is an element within the black community that must be reckoned with. If the black community intends on moving forward to establish true freedom and prosperity in America, we must severe ties with a violent contingency of  young black men who have no regard for human life. Acts of violence of this nature against innocent children must rightfully be characterized as pure cowardice behavior, that cannot, and must not be tolerated within any civilized society. Just a week ago America celebrated the 50th Anniversary of the people’s march on Washington, for jobs and freedom. This symbolic protest for equality of all peoples in this country continues to be hindered by crimes such as black on black violence throughout the nation, and senseless acts of violence such as in the Brownsville case, only gives credibility to gun rights advocates who constantly lobby for the right to carry firearms, and justifiably out of apprehensive fear of potentially falling prey to gun violence at the hands of young black people.  Most importantly, the black community’ collective failure to demonstrate non tolerance for heinous black on black crimes of violence has created a platform for would be thugs and other criminals to reek havoc within our community with absolute impunity. Thousands of people of all ethnicity marched and protested around the country in outrage of George Zimmerman’s acquittal of killing young Trayvon Martin, but we haven’t hard even a ripple signifying any kind of outrage for the murder of young Antiq Hennis. This double standard of seeking justice when young blacks are unjustifiably murdered can not continue. We must began to speak out, march, protest, and demonstrate with just as much passion when the killers of black babies are in fact black themselves. My intention is not to downplay the tragedy of the Hennis child, but to speak out about our failure to bring those within our own community to justice when they are the perpetrators of violent crimes against children and others within our own community. Failure to do so literally aids and shields these cowards from justice. If your child is a killer and you help him to evade the criminal justice system, them you are just as responsible as if you committed the heinous act of violence yourself. We must become exhausted with “stop snitching” codes of silence, and began to point out the negative element within our communities who hinder the growth and progress of our people. We cannot remain silent any longer. Turn this cowardice bastard in.

Baby Shot Dead

 

 

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While light rain trickled down during one of New York’s most anticipated festivities of the summer, nearly 3 million people gathered in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn for the annual West Indies Day parade, and it’s hard to imagine that such a celebration could spark any kind of pride at all considering the horrific crime that took place hours earlier only a few blocks away from the parade route. A precious baby boy name Antiq Hennis was in a stroller as his mother and father were out for a walk this past Sunday evening. The family outing soon turned tragic as a gunmen approached and began opening fire on the young family. 23 year old Anthony Hennis who cops say they believe was the suspected target, ran away leaving his son and the child’s mother behind. Police say the older Hennis was a known gang member with nearly 20 arrest. After having failed to shoot the man, cops say the gunmen walked up to the man’s 16 month old son, pointed the gun at his head, and executed the innocent child right on the street. The kid’s mother was reportedly unharmed, and community leaders are outraged that not only has violence continued to plague Brownsville city streets, but in this incident one of the city’s youngest victims has fallen prey to such senseless violence, a growing trend that signifies that a ruthless, heartless, and despicable culture of criminals have made it known that young children are fair game in the lore of retaliatory gang violence. Community leaders and police say they believe they know who the suspect is and are trying to bring him into custody. It’s a very said case of a father’s sins being brought home at the expense of his innocent child. To add insult to injury, the child’s father refuses to cooperate with police to help bring the gunmen to justice. In a typical practice of urban culture, the father most certainly has intentions on meting out retaliation in the form of his own brand of street justice, and it’s sad that more violence may in fact occur before there is any resemblance of closure to this heartbreaking story. This era of “pop culture” where “thugdom” and “gangsterism” has increasing become the order of the day, makes it crystal clear that there is an element within the black community that must be reckoned with. If the black community intends on moving forward to establish true freedom and prosperity in America, we must severe ties with a violent contingency of  young black men who have no regard for human life. Acts of violence of this nature against innocent children must rightfully be characterized as pure cowardice behavior, that cannot, and must not be tolerated within any civilized society. Just a week ago America celebrated the 50th Anniversary of the people’s march on Washington, for jobs and freedom. This symbolic protest for equality of all peoples in this country continues to be hindered by crimes such as black on black violence throughout the nation, and senseless acts of violence such as in the Brownsville case, only gives credibility to gun rights advocates who constantly lobby for the right to carry firearms, and justifiably out of apprehensive fear of potentially falling prey to gun violence at the hands of young black people.  Most importantly, the black community’ collective failure to demonstrate non tolerance for heinous black on black crimes of violence has created a platform for would be thugs and other criminals to reek havoc within our community with absolute impunity. Thousands of people of all ethnicity marched and protested around the country in outrage of George Zimmerman’s acquittal of killing young Trayvon Martin, but we haven’t hard even a ripple signifying any kind of outrage for the murder of young Antiq Hennis. This double standard of seeking justice when young blacks are unjustifiably murdered can not continue. We must began to speak out, march, protest, and demonstrate with just as much passion when the killers of black babies are in fact black themselves. My intention is not to downplay the tragedy of the Hennis child, but to speak out about our failure to bring those within our own community to justice when they are the perpetrators of violent crimes against children and others within our own community. Failure to do so literally aids and shields these cowards from justice. If your child is a killer and you help him to evade the criminal justice system, them you are just as responsible as if you committed the heinous act of violence yourself. We must become exhausted with “stop snitching” codes of silence, and began to point out the negative element within our communities who hinder the growth and progress of our people. We cannot remain silent any longer. Turn this cowardice bastard in.

Baby Shot Dead

 

 

The People’s Champion

I’m David Adams

David Adams

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