Bring This Man to Ferguson>>> Milwaukee Police Chief’s Epic Rant on Crime Goes Viral

Police Chief Loses It During Press Conference… Suggests Press Doesn’t Give a Sh*t About Black on Black Crime

Earlier this month Milwaukee Police Capt. Ed Flynn erupted while discussing a local shooting with reporters.

He reminded reporters that 80% of shooting victims and 80% of violent crime in his city were black-on-black crimes.
Via The News Commenter:

Chief Flynn was so upset because he had just been informed about a local shooting death.
Laylah Petersen

Five year-old Laylah Petersen was killed when a black gang shot her dead this month while she was sitting on her grandfather’s lap.
The national media ignored this story.
Wounded American Warrior reported:

Two black males in Milwaukee walked up to the home of a white family, in a majority black neighborhood, and unleashed a hail of gunfire. A five year old white girl was murdered while sitting on her grandfather’s lap.

Milwaukee police say there is no question the shooters were deliberating trying to kill people inside the house. At least a dozen bullets were fired directly into the house. There may have been a third person driving a getaway car.

The house was located in a census tract that is 77% black and 14% white.

The Milwaukee Sentinel and Milwaukee channel 6 have actually been trying to downplay the murder. They are falsly reporting that it was “a stray bullet.” That directly contradicts all the evidence found by police.

The family donated Laylah’s heart after her death.

Family, friends and neighbors of 5-year-old Laylah Petersen who was fatally shot while sitting on her grandfather’s lap held a candlelight vigil in her honor.

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