DAILYKENN.com -- Derrick Hightower, 32, and Kentrice Symonee Hill, 21, were charged with capitol murder in April, 2020, reports say.
According to al.com, "The ordeal began Friday morning with the shooting death of a 54-year-old Smiths Station woman, continued along U.S. 280 to Dadeville where a couple in their 60s was shot to death and continued to escalate Saturday morning with a home invasion and another homicide, followed by a shootout between the suspect and Birmingham police."
"Dadeville Police Chief Johnathan Floyd said the husband and wife were found slain in their home in a possible robbery," the story continued.
"Floyd identified the victims on Saturday as Willie Tidwell, 61, and his wife Barbara, 65."
A fourth man, 36-year-old Antione Harris, was killed during a home invasion.
The crimes occurred in Alabama in April, 2020.
At least two of the victims were white as revealed by photographs. We presume but can't confirm the other two were white.
The killing of four or more individuals is may be considered a massacre or mass shooting. However, the far-left mainstrem national media will almost certainly not report this murder spree, let alone report it as a mass shooting.
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