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Thursday, October 17, 2013

Jackson, MS: Black War Criminal Shaun Brown, 17, Confesses to Murdering White Pro Bass Fisherman Jimmy Johnson, 56

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

Thanks to reader P, for the heads-up.

[Previously, on this war crime, at WEJB/NSU:

“Bassmaster Scheduled Its Central Open Fishing Contest in Black Supremacist Jackson, Mississippi; Black War Criminal Slaughtered White Professional Angler James ‘Jimmy’ Johnson in a Racist Murder Gone Horribly Wrong.”]
 

JPD: Teen confesses to

bass fisherman's slaying

Jimmy Johnson killed at Jackson motel>

 UPDATED 3:22 P.M. CDT Oct 16, 2013
WAPT 16 News

Bond has been denied for a teenager charged in connection with the shooting death of a bass fisherman at a Jackson motel.

Fishermen in-town for a tournament are remembering a fellow pro-fisherman killed in Jackson



Organizers of a bass fishing tournament are planning to honor an angler killed over the weekend at a Jackson motel.


Jackson police said in a news release that Shaun Brown, 17, "confessed to being responsible for the death" of James "Jimmy" Johnson. Brown was arrested late Tuesday night, police said.

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Investigators executed a search warrant Wednesday morning at a home on Delmar Street. Officers were seen carrying a red hooded sweatshirt from the house that was similar to one worn by a suspect in a surveillance photo released by the Jackson Police Department earlier this week.

Officers were also searching a wooded area Wednesday for the gun they believe was used to kill Johnson, 56, of Ganado, Texas. Johnson was staying at the Motel 6 off Interstate 55, where he was shot and killed Sunday night.

Family members said Johnson went outside to check on his boat and saw someone burglarizing it. He was then shot in the face, police said.

Brown is charged with capital murder, police said.

Johnson was to compete this week in the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Central Open tournament on the Ross Barnett Reservoir. Tournament organizers plan to honor him and his family during the event, which begins Thursday.

Bassmaster.com: The B.A.S.S. Nation unites for Johnson

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

17 years old and already a murderer. It used to be this sort of thing was very rare. NOW not common but no so uncommon. And normally when a "youth' did commit a crime killing the other person would not be a consideration. A beating maybe but not killing. NOT now.