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Lamarcus Evans, “Hello, my name is” Earl Agnew and Deon Sanders (not the famous football player).

Everybody remember those names. Whether you are just and average Joe or an employer.

Think twice before engaging these pigs in any aspect of civilized humanity.

If ever there was a way to boycott a person, this is it.

These three low life jumped a young soldier trying to pump gas. The veteran was minding his own business when these three poor excuses for human beings decided it would be fun to mess with him. Mess with him they did.

A violent assault ensued. They punched and kicked him into the ground. Then they poured alcohol on him. They left him to die, but not before running him over with a car.

Their mommas and papas ought to be so proud. Look what you raised. Filth that deserves to be scraped off a shoe when one accidentally steps in it.

“It’s horrible to think that you could go fight for your country, raise your right hand and take the oath and say that you will fight your country, and you come home and after fighting the enemies, come home to a gas station and get beat up. It’s just tragic,” said Washington Park Police Chief, Tony Tomlinson.

Finally, Lady Justice is appearing on the horizon. Two of the Cretans, since they certainly do not deserve the recognition of being called a “man” were arrested two months ago.

The third is now in custody. The veteran survived the attack and he is recuperating.

“When you commit any type of crime, we have to send a message out here that we are going to work together. We worked with the East St. Louis Police Department, the state police, and Centerville (police) to bring these gentlemen to justice,” said Chief Tomlinson.

Good job, men and women in blue. Thank you for getting three more thugs off of our streets. Hopefully, the system can keep them out of our lives for a very long time.

Source: Conservative Tribune


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