Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Cincinnati: More on the Lynching of White Motorist Jamie Urton by a Racist, Black Mob
I already had an exchange on this story with a reader.
Concerned Citizen said...
Feel and believe however you want, but the kid did not dart out into the street. Unless you were there and saw otherwise...
“I initially stopped the car, you know, a lot of kids play on that street — that’s residential, 15-25 [mph],” Killings said. “I initially stopped him. He slowed down a bit and then he kind of like swerved around me, hitting my other son. My son wasn’t hit in the middle of the street. He was hit on the curb.”
It does not justify the shooting, nor does it discredit those who feel that this was thuggery by the perpetrators. But let's at least not blame it on the boy or his parents.
Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at 11:56:00 A.M. EDT
"He was hit on the curb.”
Who was holding the four-year-old's hand “on the curb”?
Do you not realize how ridiculous that sounds? If you believe that, I've got a great deal for you on a slightly used bridge.
“Feel and believe however you want, but the kid did not dart out into the street. Unless you were there and saw otherwise...”
Oh, so if witnesses make ridiculous claims about an incident, unless the investigators had been there and seen otherwise, they have to take everything they’re told at face value?
Likewise, unless jurors had been at a crime scene, they have to take witnesses’ fairy tales at face value?
Your “Were you there?” line is one of the two or three dumbest lines one reads on the Internet.
As for Jamal Killings saying, “I have no malice in my heart,” isn’t that for the victim’s family to say?
[Previously, on this atrocity, at WEJB/NSU: “A Lynching in Cincinnati: Jamie Urton, 44, Murdered for Driving While White; AP and KSN Misrepresent Lynching as ‘Fight’; Did Emmitt Till Die in a ‘Fight’?”]
Father of 4-year-old struck by car apologizes to the family of the driver who was shot, killed
"I have no malice in my heart"
By Rose-Ann Aragon
11:56 P.M., Mar 25, 2017
6:58 A.M., Mar 28, 2017
CINCINNATI -- The 4-year-old boy struck by a car Friday in Walnut Hills was released from the hospital Saturday with bleeding in his brain, his father Jamal Killings said.
The boy was hit on Kenton Street between Burbank and Wilkinson streets at about noon Friday, according to police. Police said he crossed the roadway in front of the car and was struck.
An altercation developed between the onlookers and the driver, 44-year-old Jamie Urton, who was then out of the vehicle, and someone shot him. Urton died later at the hospital.
[No “altercation developed between” anyone. That’s just racial-socialist Newspeak for, “Racist black men hanging out murdered the white driver in cold blood.”]
Killings said he didn’t realize what had happened to Urton following the incident.
"My job as a father was to get my son face first off the concrete and take him to see medical attention, and that's what I did,” Killings said.
Killings said his son wasn’t in the middle of the street when he was hit.
"The car came from the bottom of my street, going about 45 miles per hour,” Killings said. “I initially stopped the car, you know a lot of kids play on that street -- that's residential, 15-25. I initially stopped him. He slowed down a bit and then swerve around me, hitting my other son. My son wasn't hit in the middle of the street. He was hit on the curb."
Killings said the incident was tragic for everyone involved, and he expressed condolences to Urton’s family.
"I apologize for your loss. I don't condone violence. I don't teach my kids violence,” Killings said. “That should never have happened … an unfortunate situation, unfortunate event, but I hope we all can learn from this."
Anyone with information on the incident should call Crimestoppers.