MEMPHIS, TN : Latoshia Daniels The woman who accused of shooting a pastor is pleading not guilt of shooting the pastier and his wife just after traveling state to state and going to the pastor house where his wife was also there and shooting his wife and the pastor a few times in the head and chest. The wife live and survived with minor injures but the pastor did not survive the encounter.
There are report that Latoshia Daniels claim that the wife had the gun she took it away and she shot both of them in self defense. Ms Daniels retained a high profile lawyer to defend her in her case. The family seemed have reached out to the lawyer and retained his services for this high profile case.
There are reports that Ms Daniels came to the pastord home and shot both of them while screaming “you broke my heart”!!!
Personally, How ever this case comes out the pastor ( Brodes Perry ) was cheating on his wife and caused all of this to happen. There is a Hugh legacy with black pastors cheating on there wife with the members of there congregation. Pastors should be placing a standard of conduct for all of his followers to follow. It don’t seem like the case in the the 21 century and with this case. More and more pastors are getting caught up in these domestic disputes to much now adays. From past reports of pastors cheating on there spouse results in to many shoot outs from the pastor or the one the pastor is cheating on or there mates.
You have to really start to ask yourself are these pastors really pastors or are there pimps with a harem in the churches . Because, in the black community mostly all black churches are load with mostly women in the congregation.
Detroit, MI — The family of Aiyana Stanley-Jones, a 7-year old girl shot and killed by a Detroit police officer, has received an $8.25 million settlement almost 9 years after the tragic incident. The settlement was finalized just days prior to the scheduled civil trial.On an early Sunday morning of May 2010, Aiyana was sleeping on a couch beside her grandmother, Mertilla Jones, when police officers suddenly entered the home in search for a murder suspect. The raid apparently went wrong as Aiyana got shot in the head after a short altercation between her grandmother and officer Joseph Weekley.
The officer claimed what happened was an accident and his gun discharged as he was struggling with Aiyana’s grandmother.
The incident was captured by a film crew for The First 48, a documentary series that shows real-life scenes in a homicide investigation. It was reportedly used as evidence in the lengthy investigation and two trials in connection to Aiyana’s death.
Weekley was subsequently charged with involuntary manslaughter, which was dismissed during the second trial in 2014. He was even allowed to return to the police force in 2015.
Geoffrey Fieger, the family’s lawyer, confirmed the settlement could help the family move on but it “won’t provide full justice. The only full justice would be to bring Aiyana back and I can’t do that.”
Meanwhile, Detroit Corporation Counsel Lawrence Garcia said in a statement, “Aiyana’s death was a tragic loss for her family and has been a heavy burden on our community. We believe today’s settlement is fair because it balances the needs of Aiyana’s family and our responsibility for the city’s finances. We hope this resolution will provide everyone involved with a measure of closure.”
Teen Waives Rifle In Front Of Girlfriend’s Face ‘Moments Before Shooting Her Dead’. A chilling video shows a teenager waiving an assault rifle in his girlfriends face just moments before police say he fatally shot her.