Skip to comments.Shooter opened fire on Miami Beach tourist, danced over body: witness
Posted on 08/25/2021 12:13:34 PM PDT by ChicagoConservative27
A Georgia man “randomly” shot and killed a tourist dining outside with his family in Miami Beach, then danced over the body, cops and a witness at the disturbing scene said.
Tamarius David, 22, of Norcross, Georgia, allegedly opened fire on Dustin Wakefield, 21, from close range as he was eating in the outdoor section of La Cerveceria de Barrio on Miami Beach’s famous Ocean Drive on Tuesday night, CBS Miami reported.
“After the shooting, he was dancing on top of the guy,” a witness, who didn’t want to be identified, told the news station.
Wakefield, who was on vacation from Castlerock, Colorado, attempted to protect his 1-year-old son before he was shot multiple times, his family told the Miami Herald.
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Do I need to look?
You will get pissed. The victim was protecting his one year old son when is POS went nuts.
The murderer was named “Tamarius” so no, there is no need to look.
Guy was white yes.
this is the reason...
glorification of gun violence and dancing
shame about this man
OK, the video finally quit scrolling, and I understand the victim, the little boy, was white. Being 1 year old is bad enough. And this guy was high on mushrooms? Shrooms are really popular these days, for ‘clearing one’s mind’. I don’t do them any longer, just know about it.
No. Amish as we suspected:
From his mom: He is a good boy. Wouldn’t hurt anyone. Aspiring to be a career rapper...
Definitely doesn’t fit the media’s narrative but it does fit the EVERYDAY REALITY. Low IQ black man murders an innocent unsuspecting white person for no reason except for HATRED. SAME OL’, SAME OL’.
No need for photos. This was GUN violence. Damn those violent guns.
Those whacky amish folk
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