March 1, 2019
Roniyah McKnight and Diamond Lewis.
Yeah, that’ll happen.
America’s law system is intended for white people, not the descendants of spear-chucking African cannibals.
Put the average black of any age on trial and he’ll shuffle uncomfortably in his seat, wondering what the hell he even did wrong.
Three teens charged with the murder of a Nashville musician were thrown out of court Thursday for their behavior.
During their hearing, the judge said 15-year-old Diamond Lewis, 14-year-old Roniyah McKnight and the 13-year-old suspect were acting like they were “on a playground” and the “severity of the crime didn’t have any effect” on them.
After court, Lewis’s attorney said he believes his client is innocent of murder. He also had a message for Nashville.
“We’re dealing with children, and everybody needs to be responsible. Everybody needs to lock their cars and make sure they don’t leave their guns in there,” said Michie Gibson. “A lot of people carry guns, and I do too, but I try my best to make sure it’s not left in the car at night, and I never leave my car running.”
The three teens and two other juveniles, 16-year-old Decorrius Wright and a 12-year-old, are charged with the murder of 24-year-old Kyle Yorlets.