Its been over a month since the senseless murder of Lil Jadon Knox in the historic Orange Mound neighborhood. No leads, No tips, and No Arrest. One might say, our city spent $500,000 on sky cops and millions on other pole surveillance. We have the capability to solve anything according to the data. We have blue lights on every block. So what are they really filming if we can’t solve serious crimes? Memphis just got more new deputy sheriff, but no solved homicides.
One might ask, do we need more police well wait what are our current police and sheriff in Memphis doing? The answer, is they are following people, surveilling people, but not catching criminals. Is this what our tax dollars are being used for in Memphis? Our District Attorney can located a person in an airport, of another state, by law enforcement in a few minutes but we can’t locate a killer in Orange Mound, a predominantly black neighborhood where senior citizens attend a neighborhood community center.
This is the same child who attended an elementary school which is a few feet from the Brentwood City Park. Across the street is a corner store where Arabs are jibbing children out of their money all while surveilling their property. A person may ask did the police request their footage? What steps are being done to find the person who killed an innocent child who wanted to be a rapper? Nothing. Do black lives matter? If a white child named Jason were playing in his neighborhood in Collierville, would they have made an arrest a month later? We all know they would have captured that fugitive within hours.
What can we do to help? The community must catch a killer. We can’t wait on law enforcement they are preoccupied with surveilling and following activists, not opioid drug dealers, kidnappers or murders. The city of Memphis Police Department & Shelby County Sherriff Dept has wasted millions of tax dollars following people who criticize them rather than criminals who are harming the communities in which we pay taxes too. We have a right to live in a safe protected community and the change begins within when we change the standards and the people who make critical community decisions. We must hold our current elected officials accountable especially when our children’s lives are at stake, and replace them when needed. They too have unclean hands and several wasted tax dollars on following foolishness. If you have any information that will lead to an arrest for the senseless murder of Lil Jadon Knox please go to 201 Poplar Ave. Suite 301 or contact the police. #blacklivesmattermemphis #jadonknox #catchachildkiller #justiceforjadon
Please call District Attorney Amy Weirich (901) 222-1300 and demand an arrest now for the senseless murder of Lil Jadon!
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