DAILYKENN.com -- 23-year-old Andrew Graham was gunned down in 2009. Eleven years later four males were indicted.
Reports say Graham was a graduate student who was house shopping in Arapahoe County, Colorado, at the time of his murder.
According to denver.cbslocal.com, "Graham was shot in the back and investigators suspected he was the target of a racially-motivated robbery."
• Meanwhile, the far-left media, Hollywood, and educational system continuously remind us of white lynch mobs that dotted our nation's past. They never consider that street justice, though unwarranted, was often triggered by black-on-white violence.
• Why do you think the media, Hollywood, and educational system over emphasize white lynch mobs and "all-white juries" while ignoring black-on-white violence?
• Do you believe all black Americans are violent racist savages? Do you believe all black Americans fit the profile of middle-class black families portrayed in television commercials?
From denver.cbslocal.com ▼
[A]n Arapahoe County grand jury has indicted four people for felony murder and other charges in connection with the 2009 cold case murder of Andrew Graham. All four people have been arrested and are in jail.
Graham, 23, was gunned down late on the night of Nov. 5, 2009 as he was returning to his home in Arapahoe County from a nearby light rail station. He had been house hunting in Boulder where he was a graduate student at the University of Colorado.
Jailed in connection with the Graham murder are Clarissa Lockhart, 26, Allen Deshawn Ford, 26, Kendall Austin, 26, and Joseph Jamal Martin, 26.
In an unusual twist, the Arapahoe County grand jury indicted the four in January of 2017 and they were arrested within days of the indictments. However the cases were legally “suppressed,” and a judge issued a gag order in the case.
So news of the indictments and arrests was never made public until CBS4 learned of the grand jury indictments, arrests, and in one case, conviction.
Although all four defendants were charged with felony murder, conspiracy and a racketeering charge, the alleged shooter, Terrell Jones, has not been arrested or charged.
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