No Justice! No Peace!… Hours After Attending Trayvon Martin Peace Rally, FL Man Is Charged With Beating & Kidnapping Woman (Video)

Hours after attending a rally for peace and justice, 24-year-old Millersville student Akeem Johnson beat his ex-girlfriend in the face and dragged her screaming to his home.

WHPTV reported, via The Right Scoop:

A Millersville University student is charged with kidnapping and assaulting his ex-girlfriend only hours after he allegedly stood up against violence at an on-campus rally held in honor of Florida teen Trayvon Martin.

Police tell us the victim was punched several times in the face and head, she was then kidnapped and dragged to her ex-boyfriend’s home. Fortunately her loud screams alerted neighbors who called for help.

Hours after sources say 24-year-old Millersville student Akeem Johnson stood up against violence and rallied in support of slain Florida teen Trayvon Martin, he found himself handcuffed and charged with kidnapping and brutally assaulting his ex-girlfriend.

According to court papers, after the rally, Johnson went to the victim’s dormitory, Burrowes Hall. He waited for her until she walked in early Saturday morning.

Allegedly angry that his ex stayed out all night, he then followed the young woman onto the elevator and repeatedly punched her in the face and head. Police say Johnson roughly pushed and pulled the girl out of the building and forced her to get into his car.

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