True Justice: Chicago Police Reportedly Shoot Murder Suspect of 7-Year-Old Jaslyn Adams

Nick Kangadis | April 23, 2021
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Real justice was possibly carried out on Thursday after police shot a suspect believed to be the person who shot and killed 7-year-old Chicago girl Jaslyn Adams.

Adams was murdered last Sunday while with her father in a McDonald’s drive-thru. Chicago police said that the father, 28-year-old Jontae Adams, might’ve been the target as the shooting “was believed to be gang-related,” according to the Chicago Sun-Times.

The Marxist Black Lives Matter (BLM) organization was nowhere to be found in the aftermath.

Fast forward five days after Adams’ murder, and it’s being reported that Chicago police (CPD) have shot a suspect “multiple times” after the man “fled from police and then tried to carjack a family" on one of Chicago busiest highways, the Eisenhower Expressway.

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As the Chicago Tribune reported:

It started as a surveillance operation in a western suburb as police were following the suspect. After he fled, during an “escape” he took off on the inbound Eisenhower and then crashed on the shoulder of the expressway as police tried to stop him, [CPD Superintendent David] Brown said.

After crashing, he tried to carjack a family traveling in the same direction on the expressway. That’s when police confronted him, and an officer shot him multple [sic] times, , [sic] Brown said. Though state police indicated the suspect also fired, Brown said this was not clear.

Jaslyn Adams’ life mattered. It had just begun, and now it’s over.

Where’s the national media? Where’s BLM? Where are all of these activists that like to make everyone think they believe that “black lives matter?” Nowhere to be found, that’s where.

RIP, Jaslyn.

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