While daily rioting over the death of George Floyd back in May (yes it was really that long ago,) continues in Chicago, Portland, Seattle and many other US cities while new waves of civil unrest are erupting around the USA, the state of Minnesota was forced to declare a “state of peacetime emergency” in Minneapolis last night after violent protests erupted following the death of a local black man.
Violence erupted once again last night, with video showing angry “demonstrators” burning down businesses, rioting and looting, following “misinformation” about the killing of a black homicide suspect. Rumors spread online said he had been killed in a police shooting, but really, he shot himself in the head, according to surveillance video.
Before watching the video below, be advised: It depicts a man shooting himself in the head, before a nearby officer rushes to his aid. Then off camera, bystanders can be heard accusing the cops of shooting the now-dead victim. We feel justified in reposting this horrific scene as it clearly shows that contrary to what is being claimed by political activists, the police did not shoot this murder suspect.
Meanwhile in another incident that sparked to protests and has gone unreported by mainstream media a suspect has been charged for the murders of a 21-year-old aspiring school teacher and her stepfather after a car crash in Georgetown County, South Carolina, Breitbart reports.
Ty Sheem Ha Sheem Walters, III, a 23-year-old from Moncks Corner, South Carolina, was charged with two counts of murder after allegedly shooting and killing 21-year-old Laura Ashley Anderson and her stepfather, 45-year-old Charles Nicholas Wall.
Walters also allegedly shot a third person, Paul McConnell, before bludgeoning him in the face with his firearm. McConnell survived the attack while Anderson and Wall both died after being taken to a nearby hospital.
According to deputies with the Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office, Walters was involved in an altercation with Walls and Anderson after a car crash. That was when Walters allegedly shot and killed Walls and Anderson, and injured McConnell.
Walls’ wife and Anderson’s mother, Kimberly Wall, said at a bond hearing on Wednesday that Walters should not be released on bail.
“He has taken two of my best friends three miles from my house,” Walls said. “I have other family and I’m just scared for all of us. It has destroyed my life and my family. I don’t want him to get out.”
Jenna Johnson, a relative, told WBTW that Walls and Anderson “meant so much to so many people.”
“Anyone who’s ever met or known Laura or Nick, they knew two of the most wonderful people,” Johnson said. “My niece was simply a gorgeous person inside and out. She had a very positive bubbly personality. She was starting school next week to become a teacher just like her mom.”
Walters is currently being held at the Georgetown County Detention Center.