Update: A black male has been identified as a person of interest in the fatal carjacking.
DAILYKENN.com --Jeannot Plessy was killed after a carjacker allegedly ran her over with her own vehicle. Police would not release a description of the suspect.
We can guess, however, with reasonable accuracy that the suspect is young (no, we're not ageist), male (no, we're not sexist), black (no, we're not racist), and has a substandard IQ; possibly ranging from the high 70s to mid 90s.
However, not all criminals are black nor all blacks criminals. Until a description of the suspect is released by authorities will we know for certain.
The death occurred in Louisiana.
From theadvocate.com ▼ Ramon Antonio Vargas
David Plessy's wife of 14 years was killed Tuesday night, run over by her own car after a stranger carjacked her in Gentilly.
Two days later, Plessy stood in front of the house he and Jeannot Plessy, 49, had been renovating, and pleaded for her killer to come forward.
"Only truth has freedom in it," said Plessy, a Christian pastor who said the carjacker's best chance at finding peace is to surrender to authorities and face the consequences of his acts.
"There's only one way out, and it begins with making a courageous choice to step outside the false comfort ... with whoever's harboring (you)," he said.
According to police, there was some sort of struggle. Jeannot Plessy was thrown to the ground, and her son-in-law tried to pull the attacker out of the car. However, the attacker put the car in reverse and ran over Plessy, mortally wounding her.
Police said they have recovered the car and are processing it for evidence. But they haven’t publicly identified anyone as a suspect.
David Plessy, 53, said he suspects his wife’s killer is exactly the kind of person the couple spent their marriage trying to guide in their faith.
He also believes she would forgive her killer. That’s what she did with anyone who hurt her, he said.
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