DAILYKENN.com -- A 5-year-old boy was fatally shot while playing outside his home in Wilson, North Carolina. The victim was identified as Cannon Hinnant.
Arrested after the crime is Darius Nathaniel Sessoms, 25. Sessoms was referred to as a "felon" by wilsontimes.com.
Sessoms was convicted of felony larceny of firearms in Wilson County in March 2016, misdemeanor maintaining a place for a controlled substance in Wake County in April 2016 and felony marijuana possession in Nash County in November 2016, according to N.C. Department of Public Safety records. His probation was revoked twice in 2017, resulting in separate three-month stints in prison.The suspect is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
Court records show Sessoms has two pending counts of felony maintaining a vehicle, dwelling or place for a controlled substance in Wilson County.
• If you see something, say something. The far-left media is attempting to convince us that calling police on suspicious individuals maybe 'micro-aggressions,' depending on the race of the person. However, if person in your neighborhood seems out of place or suspicious for any reason, consider it your duty to notify authorities.
• What do you think? Do we have a right to live in safe neighborhoods? Or do we have an obligation to appease cultural Marxism?
• What do you think? If a similar crime had been committed 100 years ago in 1920 rather than 2020, would the suspect have been denied a fair trial and lynched by a white mob?
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Family members said Cannon Hinnant was playing outside his father's house when he was shot in the head. The boy's two sisters, ages 8 and 7, saw their brother get shot, according to Cannon's mother.
* What do you think?
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