The impromptu Black Lives Matter demonstration that popped up in Indianapolis nearby didn't seem particularly concerned about the deaths of 16-year-old Dionne Williams and 15-year-old Timmee Jackson. The person accused of murdering the two teens is black.
A 'not guilty' plea was entered in behalf of Kevin Watkins, but outside the courtroom the families of Watkins and those of the missing teens exchanged more the words. Deputies were called to break up the brawl as punches were thrown.
Black Lives Matter didn't seem to care.
On the same day — Dec. 30, 2015 — Diquan Williams, 21, was sentenced to life without parole for the torture and murder of a two-year-old boy; another black life that doesn't seem to matter to Black Lives Matter.
BLM doesn't seem to care that two-year-old Cameron Parks was beaten to death. BLM doesn't seem to care that the little boy was punched so hard that his little body was thrown across the room causing him to fall and hit his head. BLM doesn't care that the boy was left locked in his room for hours before his mother bothered to take him to the emergency room.
BLM doesn't seem to care that the boy 'had traumatic injuries to his brain, a lacerated liver, hemorrhages in both eyes and several bruises, according to the prosecutor's office.'
What does Black Lives Matter care about?
BLM cares about the lives of black people who can be exploited to advance an agenda of cultural Marxism. That agenda excludes the lives of those tortured and murder by black males.
Had Dionne Williams, Timmee Jackson, and Cameron Parks been killed during police action, their lives would have mattered.
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Kevin Watkins was charged with murder in the deaths of 16-year-old Dionne Williams and 15-year-old Timmee Jackson. In court Wednesday, a not guilty plea was entered on Watkins' behalf. He faces two counts of murder in the case and is due back in court on Feb. 16, 2016, for a pretrial hearing. Watkins owns "Watkins Bail Bonds" in the 6000 block of Massachusetts Avenue.
After the hearing, a scuffle broke out between several people. During the incident, people yelled and punches were thrown. Extra deputies had to be called in to help break up the fight, and two people were taken away in handcuffs.
The teens hadn't been heard from since around 8 p.m. on Christmas Eve, according to family members. Dionne Williams was having problems with some residents in the 5900 block of East 23rd Street, where Watkins lived, according to his mother. Police found blood on the back bumper and rear doors of an SUV parked in Watkins' driveway. They also found two blood trails leading from the home to the garage of a vacant home next door.
Inside the SUV, police found blood and a garbage bag full of bloody clothing, according to court documents. There were pieces of bone and apparent brain matter on the clothing, bloody leaves, pieces of bloody toilet paper and one fingertip, court documents said. Investigators also found a package for a SOG Tactical Tomahawk, although the tomahawk was not located.
Court documents said Watkins believed Williams was involved in a previous burglary at his home and even confronted Williams' girlfriend about the incident.
Following the fight outside the courtroom, grieving family members said the pain of losing the two teens was only made worse by not knowing where their bodies are.
“Since he didn’t die right, I want him to be buried right,” said Pleasure Jackson, sister of Timmee Jackson. “He was always laughing, giggling. He was on the football team. He was just a kind person”
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