Two Florida Brothers Latest Victims of Black on White Murder

Another brutal attack ignored by the national media—
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Matthew Bohannon, 19 (L) and his brother Andrew Bohannon, 24 (R) were shot and killed outside a Golden Corral Sunday night. (FCN)

The 19 and 24 year-old brothers were shot to death this weekend in a Jacksonville parking lot.
They had a “Free Zimmerman” bumper sticker on their truck.

Opposing Views reported:

After two brothers were shot to death in the parking lot of a Jacksonville Golden Corral, some citizens are accusing the city’s sheriff’s department of covering up a hate crime.

“At around 8:45pm Sunday night, 24-year-old Andrew Austin Bohannon and 19-year-old Matthew Ryan Bohannon were sitting in their truck in a Golden Corral parking lot when they were approached by another car with multiple occupants inside,” according to The Inquisitr

“After ‘some type of conversation’ between the two parties, multiple shots were fired at the Bohannons. One was killed instantly, and the other was pronounced dead shortly after at a local hospital.”

While the motive of the doubling killing is still unknown, rumors spread amongst the population of Jacksonville that it was related to the “Free Zimmerman” bumper sticker on the Bohannon’s truck, referring to George Zimmerman.

On July 13, Zimmerman was found not guilty of murdering Trayvon Martin.

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Police arrested Avery Wood (pictured) and three others in the shooting death of the two brothers.

More… JSO says the report about the bumper sticker is not true. It was just your typical black on whitey bloody murder.
(This post was updated.)

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