Reports say four persons of color burst into the Huong Giang Hue Restaurant robbing patrons at gunpoint. When Browning, a former Marine, attempted to protect his family, he was shot dead.
Arrested are Enzo Ubadimma and Telavell Coleman, both 18. Also arrested were 19-year-old Dadriana Holmes, and 20-year-old Tiala Alexander.
• Unfortunately, Americans are bullied into silence by the predatory left, fearful to address the role played by black thugs in the nation's violent crime epidemic.
According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics of the U.S. Dept. of Justice, 52.2 percent of homicides in America were committed by blacks; most by black males ages 18 to 49 who comprise about four percent of the nation's population.
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Herman Ray Browning, Jr. was inside the Huong Giang Hue Restaurant with his wife and 8-year-old son on New Year's Day when police said two armed men wearing masks tried to rob the restaurant and everyone inside. They said Browning fought back and they shot him.
His family watched it all.
Houston police said Friday that four people are all charged with capital murder in connection with Browning's death. Dadriana Holmes, 19; Tiala Alexander, 20; Telavell Coleman, 18; and Enzo Ubadimma, 18, are all being held without bond. Their next court appearance is scheduled for Monday.
Browning, 57, was also a Marine and a longtime employee of Phonoscope Communications.
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