June 30, 2019
Something tells me that this store clerk had to deal with a lot of niggers in his time.
It’s written on his face.
The man accused of shooting an Indianapolis convenience store clerk during a 2014 robbery will spend more than 50 years in prison.
26-year-old Desi Thomas was sentenced to 52 years in prison and five years in community corrections by Marion County Judge Grant Hawkins, Friday.
According to the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office, Thomas pleaded guilty to the June 4, 2014 murder of Harry Briggs.
Briggs was found shot to death at the Joe’s Junction convenience store and gas station on West Troy Avenue and Lynhurst Drive. He was working as a cashier when he was murdered.
Security video showed a suspect identified as Thomas committing the robbery and shooting Briggs. The suspect can then be seen skipping away from the business.
Thomas was arrested six weeks after the murder.