Skip to comments.Indy mother becomes 2nd homicide along downtown canal in 1 week (Indianapolis)
Posted on 07/12/2020 8:31:59 AM PDT by Texas Fossil
INDIANAPOLIS An Indianapolis mother was shot and killed along the canal early Sunday, marking the second homicide on the canal in a week.
According to the victims family, the shooting started with an argument over Black Lives Matter and language. Eventually the two sides separated and walked away from each other, until witnesses claim the killer opened fire from a nearby bridge and ran away.
It was squashed and they went up the hill and left we thought, but they were sitting on St. Claire waiting for us to come under the bridge and thats when she got shot, said the victims fiancé Jose Ramirez.
Jose admits he returned fire, but didnt hit anyone. He says Jessica Doty Whitaker leaves behind a little boy.
She shouldnt have lost her life. Shes got a 3-year-old son she loved dearly, said Ramirez.
Explaining to Jessicas son Greyson that hell never see his mom again has been the hardest part for the family.
Its hard to tell him his mom is in heaven and if you want to talk to her you have to look up and say, I love you mom, said Ramirez.
(Excerpt) Read more at fox59.com ...
written by Paul Goldberg July 12, 2020
note: there are some good photo's on my original source site not on the Fox site.
It is interesting that there is very little said about this in the news. But that does show the agenda of the Mass Media.
This is not an area that you should be out walking at 3 in the morning
a lot of thug type people and assorted criminals.
I reserve judgement on what happened....but certainly she didnt serve to die.
they could have been coming home from a bar after a fun night out and things went sideways
but dont start stuff at 3 in the morning in that area..keep your head down and get home.
It was a mostly-peaceful argument.
Until she was murdered.
Apparently, the argument started over the phrases:
Black Lives Matter
All Lives Matter
Bear in mind this about BLM
Tucker Carlson - Susan Rosenberg, Terrorist is behind Thousand Currents and BLM Black Lives Matter
organizationLast updated: July 12, 2020
“In 1985, former Weather Underground members Susan Rosenberg (who also was implicated in the Nyack robbery) and Linda Evans were apprehended while transporting 740 pounds
of explosives which they both acknowledged were slated for use in additional bombings. Rosenberg was sentenced to 58 years in prison, Evans 40; President Bill Clinton
pardoned both women in January 2001.”
(Rosenberg is on the board of directors of Black Lives Matter)
The MSM can say anything about conservatives or even middle America without retribution. But veer into the ugly side of politics of the left, and they can expect to have their buildings torched and workers doxxed or or worse.
She is dead, Jim.
Well since the lame stream probably looks at it as another white supremacist eliminated............ Crickets.
I don’t know the area, and try to avoid trouble.
But BLM is a Marxis/Communist organization.
Very dead. She has been dead a week.
Bernie Kerik is right...BLM is a terrorist organization.
Average Joes is
A bar I frequently
Close by,I think.
Yes. he is right.
And Susan Rosenberg is on the board of directors at Thousand Currents who handles the finances for BLM. (archived)
Human and Prisoner Rights Advocate and Writer Thousand Currents Vice Chair of the Board of Directors
Susan Rosenberg is a human rights and prisoners rights advocate, adjunct professor, communications consultant, award-winning writer, public speaker and a formerly incarcerated person. Her memoir, An American Radical, details her 16 years in federal prison as well as her conclusions about her prison experience and her past. She was released from prison in 2001 through executive clemency by then President Bill Clinton. Upon her release she worked at American Jewish World Service for 12 years beginning as a writer then becoming the Director of Communications. Post-AJWS Susan has worked extensively as a strategic consultant in organizational development with a focus on human rights, international development and criminal justice reform. She founded Sync It Communications, a communications-consulting group, and is the Director of the Erroll Garner Jazz Project. Susan is a founding member of the National Council for Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Women and Girls and is on the Board of Advisors for Alliance of Families for Justice. She is an adjunct professor at Hunter College and a member of the prison writing committee of PEN America. Susan lives in Brooklyn, New York with her partner.
unless they have more than one location...broad ripple.not close by
I loathe and despise BLM. Nuke it to hell where it came from.
Another DemoRAT run town.
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