DAILYKENN.com -- Jonathan Brenton was set to testify in court later that day.
The trial related to a burglary at Brenton's home involving 23-year-old Jecorian McCray.
Brenton, 48, appears to be the victim of a plot to silence him. His wife and daughter were at home when he was gunned down in his doorway.
The crime occurred in Jacksonville, Florida. The plot to kill Brenton was reported September 23, 2016.
JSO is an acronym for Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.
White people didn't riot for four straight nights in Jacksonville. Surprisingly the media failed to refer to the murder as 'a plot gone wrong.' A candlelight vigil is always a possibility after innocent white people are brutally slain by village-raised black thugs.
Jacksonville is 30.7 percent black, according to the 2010 census.
Brenton led a productive life as a senior information technology engineer at the University of North Florida for 21 years. Not only will taxpayers be forced to flip the bill for the prosecution and possible incarceration of four black criminals, society will lose the benefits of a hard-working, tax-paying citizen.
Police say the suspect had his girlfriend, 21-year-old Tierany Shelton, try to bribe the Brenton family to not testify or to change their story. Shelton showed up at the Brenton’s home Tuesday to try to bribe Brenton’s wife, but it didn’t work, according to JSO. That’s the point where we’re told McCray instructed his brother, 17-year-old Dakari Maxwell, to kill them.
McCray and Maxwell have been charged with murder. Shelton has been arrested for tampering with a witness. JSO says 19-year-old Demetris Ford has been arrested for conspiracy to commit a capital felony as well. McCray’s arrest report shows Ford was involved in at least one jailhouse call during which the murder was discussed, but police wouldn’t give more details at this time.
While these arrests have been made, JSO says the investigation is still active.
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