BLM Goon Goes on Murderous Kidnapping Rape Spree

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A BLM goon from Farmville is in jail, accused of killing a man on Thursday. Pitt County deputies say 27-year-old Jimmie Speight Jr. shot into a car that 36-year-old Edmond Moore Jr. was driving. Deputies say Moore was thrown from his car after a crash on King Farm Road at around 1:00 p.m. When deputies arrived on scene, they noticed Moore has been shot.

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Deputies were called to a neighborhood off King Farm Road shortly after to investigate a suspicious man walking door-to-door and asking for a ride to Greenville. When deputies found him on Palm Drive, they identified him as Speight. Deputies say they found a gun and drugs near where he was detained.

Speight is charged with murder. He is also accused of kidnapping and raping someone else a little more than a month ago. Deputies say it happened on March 4th. Officials did not say how old the alleged victim is or the relationship between the two. Speight is being held in the Pitt County Detention Center under a more than $3 million bond.

BLM goes on a looting spree after cops shoot criminal

A curfew is in place for the city of Brooklyn Center through 6 a.m. Monday after tensions following a shooting involving law enforcement.

A large crowd gathered near the scene as the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension investigated the fatal shooting of a driver following a traffic stop.

Family members have identified the victim as 20-year-old Daunte Wright.

After police left the scene of the shooting Sunday evening, BLM gathered outside of the Brooklyn Center Police Headquarters, where the situation became hostile.

Crews on scene report that multiple rounds of tear gas were fired by law enforcement in an effort to disperse the crowd.

According to officials, the unrest carried over into Brooklyn Park, where police say a shot was fired at the front door of the Brooklyn Park police station. No one was injured, but police say the glass was shattered. There have also been reports of “numerous businesses being looted,” according to a release from Brooklyn Center police.


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