For the sake of racial cohesion we should be pleased the police are looking for four black men and not four white men in BLM activist shooting
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The shooting of BLM activist Sasha Johnson has had one surprising effect; a fallout among separate wings of the black activist community over who or why the gun was fired. Scotland Yard has announced that they are looking for four black men wearing dark clothes in relation to the shooting.
As has been well chronicled Ms Johnson, a mother of two, was gunned down in Consort Road, Peckham, South London, at 3AM during a party. She is still critically ill in ICU. Both sides agree it was a drive by shooting.
One side believes she was the innocent victim of a gang attack. Wrong place, wrong time was their verdict.
Her friend Imarn Ayton said; “ There was a rival gang that may have heard about someone being in the party that they didn’t feel quite comfortable with or trusted and so they resorted to driving past and shooting into the garden and one of those shot hit Sasha. But I don’t believe she was the intended victim.” I Must say the use of comfortable or trusted in this context is bizarre.
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However the argument did make sense. Members of the party Sasha founded (its called Taking The Initiative Party) didn’t take that view. In a statement on Instagram they questioned the claims that she was not the intended victim and the assurances from the police there were no “credible” death threat towards her.
They had another narrative. They said; “ We are disgusted by the way that this narrative has been portrayed as “black on black crime” not acknowledging that this is a hate crime or targeted attack at worst.”
They went on to say Ms Ayton was not a friend of Sasha’s.
We should all be grateful for racial cohesion that the only certainty was that the shooter was not white.
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