Video : After This Black Man Was Convicted Of Killing And Torturing 2 White Teens He Makes “Black Lives Matter” Speech In Court

A Detroit man exhibited no remorse for the role he played in murdering two teens, and even used his sentencing hearing to promote the Black Lives Matter agenda.

When given the opportunity to speak, 25-year-old Frederick Young gave a shout-out to the families of Aiyanna Jones, Michael Brown, and Eric Garner,

“I want to apologize to them for not being able to get justice for their loved ones who was murdered in cold blood – and in respect for the peaceful protest, I want to say ‘hands up don’t shoot.’ Black lives matter – that’s it your honor.”

One would think that Young would use his time at the sentencing hearing to beg for mercy from the court, to apologize to the families of the two murdered boys, or to make a statement of attrition to the judge.

Instead, Young used his time to community organize on behalf of cases that he had no involvement in, and one in particular that involves a false narrative that accusing a police officer of doing what Young and his accomplice were actually convicted of doing.

Aiyanna Jones was a 7-year-old Detroit resident who lost her life during a police raid. The police raided the residence looking for Chauncey Owens, who was suspected, and later convicted, of murdering a high-school teenager.

Eric Garner was killed after resisting arrest for allegedly selling single cigarettes without paying the state and federal taxes that are required to be collected when cigarette sales are made. A coroner determined that the cause of death was a homicide, and that Garner lost consciousness, and then his life, when an officer attempted to detain the resisting suspect by using a choke-hold.

Finally, Michael Brown, Ferguson’s “Gentle Giant.” Brown was discovered to have robbed a convenience store, assaulted the store owner, and assaulted a police officer before Officer Darren Wilson fired the shots that ended the teen’s life. Brown has been a martyr for the Black Lives Matter movement, with many still believing in the false narrative that Brown was on his knees with his hands up, begging for the officer not to shoot. To be clear, the ‘hands up don’t shoot’ narrative never happened.

Frederick Young and his accomplice, 24-year-old Felando Hunter, were convicted in the slaying of two teenage boys whose bodies were found in an abandoned field near a Detroit airport.

Prosecutors believe that 18-year-old Jacob Kudla and 17-year-old Jourdan Bobbish met up with Hunter and Young in the hopes that they could purchase some prescription drugs.

Instead, the two boys were robbed, stuffed into the trunk of a car, taken out to an unused field, and were executed.

According to the Daily Mail, witnesses to the murder confirmed that the two boys begged for their lives before Hunter and Young put a bullet in each of their heads. In other words, the exact thing that the Black Lives Matter movement think happened, but didn’t, in the Michael Brown case, actually happened in the Frederick Young and Felando Hunter case.

It’s also interesting to note that Al Sharpton and the Black Lives Matter movement still have not led any marches or protests over the murder of two white teens at the hands of two black men.

During the sentencing hearing, Young was seen yawning throughout the court proceedings and Hunter refused his opportunity to speak.




Obama should apologize for using Al Sharpton as as a white house advisor.

Not only has Al Sharpton incited racial violence but he has also refused to pay a 4.5 million dollar tax bill. Someone that refuses to pay taxes, like the rest of us, should not be a trusted advisor to the white house.

H/T tpnn

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