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Gangbangers slaughter two NJ teenagers for the fun of it


Typical of random thrill kill/hate crimes by black males, the media calls it “robbery gone bad.” Neither of the victims had anything of any significant value to steal. Both were shot after already having handed over their valuables.

Four black males have been arrested for the random killings of a teenage black female, and a teenage white male. A third victim was also shot but survived. One of the suspects is also wanted for the murder of two people in Seattle.

It is obvious that the primary motive for the killings was a desire to kill people, not commit robbery.

From UK Mail Online…

Four suspects have been arrested in the shooting deaths of two New Jersey teens – one a straight-A prep school student and the other a recent high school graduate.

Ali Muhammad Brown, 29; Jeremy Villagran, 19; Andre Fields, 31; and Eric Williams, 18, were arrested and charged separately in the deaths of Brendan Tevlin, 19, and 17-year-old Cheyanne Bond.

The two victims were killed in separate attacks in and around Newark, the largest and most-dangerous city in the Garden State.

Tevlin was reportedly shot dead June 25 in his SUV after being robbed of several items. He graduated from a local prep school with straight-A’s and was attending Richmond University. His sophomore year was due to start later this month, according to NJ.com.

Williams reportedly stayed behind the wheel of a getaway car while Villagran and Brown had a conversation with Tevlin before firing eight bullets into him, authorities said.

‘He was, at this time, a simple victim of an intent to rob,’ Acting Essex County Prosecutor Carolyn A. Murray said at a Monday press conference.

Brown is also wanted in the double murder of two gay men in Seattle, according to police. The registered sex offender was arrested July 18, and a gun found in the makeshift tent where he lived was linked to all three murders, said Murray.

The suspected triple-murder is being held on $5million bail at Essex County Jail.