Tryon Kincade, 20, was sentenced to 35 years for his role in the death of Sgt. First Class James Vester.
The crime occurred in December, 2013.
Vester responded to a Craigslist ad. When he visited an apartment on the west side of Indianapolis, he was killed by two males pretending they were selling an iPad.
Tyshaune Kincade, 19, had earlier been sentenced to 50 years for the crime.
The sentencing was reported June 15, 2015.
• Violent crimes are committed by members of all races. However, 52.2 percent of homicides are committed by blacks, nearly all by black males ages 18 to 49 who comprise only 4 percent of the nation's population.
If readers are aware of two white thugs who murdered a black military veteran in a Craigslist scam, let us know in the comment section. We will post the link.
• Arrogant white liberals use hateful pejoratives such as 'racist' when criticizing those of us who are forthright and honest in reporting violent black-on-white crime. Oddly, these privileged white liberals nearly always live in tidy Jim Crow neighborhoods where they are isolated from the realities faced by many Americans such as Sgt. Vester and his family everyday.
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The second defendant in a 2013 robbery and murder of an Indianapolis veteran received his sentence.
Tryon Kincade, 20, was sentenced to 35 years with 28 years to be served in the Indiana Department of Correction and five years of community corrections for his involvement in the murder of Sgt. First Class James Vester on December 4, 2013. Kincade pleaded guilty on June 8 to three counts of robbery.
Vester died while answering a Craigslist ad for an Apple iPad at an apartment on the west side. The iPad was intended to be a Christmas gift.
Tyshaune Kincade, 19, pleaded guilty to murder in April for his involvement and was sentenced to 50 years.
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