In early January, a disabled white man was kidnapped, gagged, beaten and tortured by 4 black thugs as they live streamed it on Facebook. Facebook kept the video up even after it had been repeatedly reported by Facebook users as violating the terms of service.
Update: The four thugs charged with this hate crime, Brittany Covington, 18, of Chicago; Tesfaye Cooper, 18 of Chicgao; Jordan Hill, 18 of Carpentersville; and Tanisha Covington, 24 of Chicago pleaded not guilty at their arraignment Friday before a Cook County judge.
The four people charged in the Facebook Live attack that drew outrage across the city and country pleaded not guilty at their arraignment Friday before Cook County Judge William Hooks.
All the defendants’ assistant public defenders entered the pleas on behalf of their clients. Their next court date will be March 1.
Tanishia Covington, 24, Brittany Covington, 18, Jordan Hill, 18, and Tesfaye Cooper, 18, are accused of holding a schizophrenic white man captive in a West Side apartment last month, forcing him to drink toilet water and cutting his scalp with a knife while making him proclaim, “I love black people.”
Generally when criminals want to get away with a crime, they do everything to hide the evidence. In this case, these 4 brilliant thugs not only video taped their crimes, they live streamed it on Facebook. Of course they plead not guilty. After 8 years of Obama fomenting hatred and division among races, these black thugs think that torturing a white man is acceptable.
These criminals are pure evil and deserve the maximum punishment. I hope they are shown no mercy just like the way they showed no mercy to that poor disabled man they tortured.
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