July 16, 2020

USA: Gang Members Sentenced In 'The Most Horrific Death' In Recent Fulton County History. 5 Beat Him For More Than An Hour With A Crowbar And 2x4, Sodomized, Tortured Him Before Executing Him.

11Alive published November 17, 2019: Man tortured by gang members, skull 'depressed' in one the most brutal murders in Atlanta. The defendents continued living in Atlanta, Georgia house with blood stains everywhere.

11Alive published August 19, 2019: They're accusing of torturing a father of two before killing him and abandoning his body in the trunk of a car. Defendents haven't shown any remorse.

11Alive published February 7, 2020: ๐Ÿ‘ˆAnother gang member convicted in 'most horrific death' in recent Atlanta history linked to other crimes. Shakur Wright will likely spend the rest of his life behind bars. Gang violence in Fulton county has reached epidemic proportions.

11Alive News
written by Phillip Kish, Donesha Aldridge
April 19, 2019

(Editor's note: Details of this murder are graphic and disturbing. Reader discretion is advised)

For more than an hour, Christopher Dean was brutally beaten with a two-by-four and a crowbar.

He was sodomized with a "handle-like object."

Then he was shot twice in the back of the head and killed.

His body was put in the trunk of a car and left at a MARTA station in Atlanta.

Christopher Dean was the father of two young children.


On October 17, 2016, Fulton County prosecutors said Christopher Lockett invited Dean, 33, to the Atlanta home of 23-year-old Xavier Gibson and 30-year-old Orlando Gibson. Dean thought it was going to be another drug deal with Lockett -- like they'd done in the past.

However, prosecutors said Lockett had learned that Dean was once a police witness in California.

Lockett and other alleged members of the Gangster Disciples devised a plan to torture and murder Dean to make an example out of him and to show other gang members that working as a police witness would not be tolerated, prosecutors said.

“In my opinion, this murder ... represents the most horrific death in our County in recent history," Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard said.


Prosecutors allege Joshua Rooks, 27, drove from the scene of the murder to a location along Markone Street in Atlanta to pick up 27-year-old Jasper Green and 25-year-old Lamar Almon.

The three returned to the home where Lockett allegedly paid Almon and Green to clean up brain matter and blood from murder and to burn the victim’s body and his car.

The original plan was to put Dean's body in the trunk of Lockett's car and burn it, the district attorney's office said. However, after seeing the condition of the body, Almon and Green allegedly decided to put the body in the trunk and leave the car in the lot of the H.E. Holmes MARTA station in Atlanta.

Atlanta Police recovered the body. All seven defendants were later connected to the crime and arrested.


More than two years later, a jury convicted Lockett; Gibson, 23; Quatez Clark, 21; Rooks; and Green for murder, felony murder, participation in criminal street gang activity, and other related felonies.

Almon and Orlando Gibson will be tried before a Fulton County Superior Court Jury at a later time.


Larry Dean, Christopher's father, spoke at the sentencing on Friday.

Through tears, Larry said his son "was getting his life on the right track."

Chris' two sons "were everything to him," his father said.

"His death has affected the family greatly," he said. "It was so very hard for me to tell a 5-year-old his daddy was never coming home."

"We all have empty space in our hearts for Chris," he said. "My heart will always miss Chris."


Stating "the facts of the case were horrific," Fulton County Superior Court Judge Gail S. Tusan sentenced all five of the defendants to life in prison.

Lockett was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Clark was sentenced to two consecutive life sentences plus five years.

Green was sentenced to life in prison plus three years.

Rooks and Gibson were each sentenced to life in prison.

Information in this story was provided by the Fulton County District Attorney's Office

This is what BLM supports and this is who would
rule the neighborhoods without a police force or an enemic police force.

11Alive published September 11, 2019: Defendant bragged of violent robbery of pizza delivery driver in cellphone video. Three teens, who prosecutors said are members of a prominent street gang, were sentenced following their non-negotiated pleas.

11Alive News, Atlanta local
written by Donesha Aldridge
September 11, 2019

FULTON COUNTY, Ga. — The defendants were just 13, 14, and 16 years old when prosecutors said they violently armed robbed two pizza delivery drivers in separate crimes.

Now the three teenagers, who the Fulton County District Attorney's Office said are members of a prominent street gang, will have to spend serious time behind bars.

On Tuesday, 16-year-old De'Quandre Weaver, 18-year-old Tyyneefah Wells, and 15-year-old Anthony Cleveland, learned their fate in court for the crimes that occurred in 2017.

Prosecutors said that on July 6 of that year, Wells called Marco's Pizza in College Park to have them deliver food to an abandoned house on Smoke Ridge Drive. When the driver arrived, prosecutors said he was attacked by Wells and then-14-year-old Weaver.

As the delivery driver tried to get away, he was shot in the arm, hip, and groin. Though critically wounded, he managed to escape in his car when the teens left the scene.

It was cell phone video captured by Weaver after the shooting that gave authorities more insight on what happened that night. The video, which contains graphic language, was presented in court, prosecutors said.

“Mane y'all [expletive] paranoid," the teen said on the video while holding a gun in his hand. I just shot that [expletive]. [Expletive] you talking bout."

You can hear others in the background as they describe what happened.

"Did you shoot him in the car or out of the car?" someone asked.

"When he was hopping inside of the car, I popped him," he replied.

As he continues to discuss the shooting, he calls the crime "funny."

“When I did him like this, he said, '[expletive] this job, you can have the pizza,'' the defendant explained. "I said, '[expletive] that, I want the money and your car.' He said, 'this all I got in my pocket.' He pulled out that wallet. I thought I seen a $20."

Weaver received the longest sentence for his involvement, with 20 years to serve on the charges of armed robbery, hijacking a motor vehicle, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, aggravated assault with intent to murder, participation in criminal street gang activity, and others.

But the July 6, 2017 crime wasn't the only robbery the group was accused of. Authorities said the very next day, a similar situation happened involving another pizza delivery driver.

The district attorney's office said Wells called a Papa John's to deliver at a home along Buckhurst trial. When the 31-year-old driver arrived, a gun was placed at the back of her head. Wells, Weaver and then-13-year-old Cleveland allegedly punched the driver in the face.

The victim's wallet was stolen and the teens left in her vehicle, prosecutors said. The teens were later arrested when police located the stolen car.

All three pleaded guilty to the charges connected with both crimes and were sentenced to prison as adults.

A judge sentenced Wells to 15 years with eight to serve. Cleveland was also handed a 15-year sentence, but with four years to serve.

WSOCTV9 published November 7, 2019: 13 year-old accused of murdering two people in Robeson County, NC then escaping deputies.
Whose fault is this? BLM, Antifa, The Resistance and the Marxist Democrat Party want to blame the police and blame White men for problems in the Black communities. Well, I'm holding a mirror in your face. These are children committing heinous crimes without a second thought. Imagine if they were in your family, is this the life you would want for them? I hope you would fight to get them free from the life of crime. All of you have your priorities really screwed up. Our police keep the peace in the community. Without police this would be normal. Sadly, this is normal in Democrat run cities. And I want to point out again that all of the celebrities pushing to defund or abolish the police departments across America LIVE IN GATED COMMUNITIES and love the police departments in their neighborhoods. But they want you and me to live in fear terrorized by street gangs and homeless gangs. BLM and the Marxist Democrat party want to turn America into a lawless Marxist 3rd world country. (emphasis mine)
UPDATE 7/16/20 at 8:38pm: Added video below.

Good Luck America published July 13, 2020: Detroit Gang Task Force Shootout - Justified Shooting By Good Meat Eater Cops.

Detroit, Michigan — Detroit Police Chief James Craig released video of the officer-involved shooting that left a man dead at McNichols and San Juan. The video appears to show the suspect interfere with the arrest of another man and pull a gun, firing at police. Detroit Police Chief James Craig says body and dash cam footage show that Hakim Littleton was shot and killed by officers after he apparently pulled out a gun and fired twice at close range on an officer. It happened on the city’s west side just after 12:30 p.m. Friday, when Gang Intelligence members from the DPD 12th Precinct arrested Darnell Sylvester who had a federal warrant for his arrest for drug distribution from the DEA. Sylvester gave himself up without incident. Craig said a witness heard Littleton say he was not going to let police arrest Sylvester.

Littleton drew a handgun from his left pocket, fired at police and missed. Three officers returned fire. Littleton continued to fire his weapon as he was on the ground. There were eight shots fired in five seconds, according to Craig. Four of those shots were fired from three officers; one officer fired two shots, one officer fired one shot and another officer fired one shot. Craig says the other four shots were fired by Littleton. Craig said he and Littleton were suspected to have ties to a local gang. Littleton had been on probation for armed robbery and a weapons charge, Craig said. According to police, Littleton used a .25 caliber pistol against the officers.

UPDATE 7/16/20 at 9:22pm: Added info below.
UPDATE 7/17/20 at 1:45pm: Added info below.
Look at murder rate at the top for Atlanta, Georgia.

UPDATE 7/18/20 at 11:11am: Added info below.

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