With Additional Comments From Other Members Of The Community, Nationalist Review Brings You Statements From The Family Of Murderer Darius Sessoms Who Shot Cannon Hinnant In Cold Blood
Earlier today, Nationalist Review published a quick shot across the bow of Wilson, North Carolina resident Anthony Kent (currently hiding out in Cape Fear, NC to avoid warrants for his arrest) who was gleeful about the murder of Cannon Hinnant, the five-year-old bicyclist who was murdered by Darius Sessoms. Now we bring to you additional comments from the community, including members of Darius’ own family.
One of Darius’ cousins, who goes by Justin Jamal on Facebook, is praying for his release. Plenty of other family members have spoken up as well (scroll down).
As you read these comments, ask yourself how they would be received if the situation was reversed. If a young black boy was murdered by a white neighbor, would these comments be acceptable?
“Y’all Want Us To Pray For [The] Killer And Y’all Wanna Take Up For The Dude? Y’all Weirder Than I Thought…”
The savage murder of the young boy has rocked the community and prompted comments from the mayor who posted a “Justice For Cannon” picture along with the following message:
First and foremost, we’d like to say that we never thought that this story would be necessary. In a functional and civilized society, it wouldn’t be possible. Unfortunately, while reading about how the community was responding to the incident, we stumbled upon a post from an upstanding man named Ike Evans.
Evans, who is also black, was alarmed at the number of posts asking for prayers on behalf of Darius Sessoms, the murderer.
“Hypocrites. This my last post bout this subject….but..Yall broke into and vandalized black businesses and rioting in nc when the cop killed the man all da way in ohio ….Yall clowned and talked shit bout da dudes that was in da 14 yr old inbox …yall clowned da dude who said he enjoyed gettin pegged …BUT A MAN ON DRUGS IN YOUR TOWN KILLS A 5 YR OLD KID ..AND YALL WANT US TO PRAY FOR DA KILLER AND YALL WANNA TAKE UP FOR THE DUDE ?? SMH BOY YALL WEIRDER THAN I THOUGHT,” Evans published on his personal Facebook page.
Dozens of black residents in Wilson responded, with most of them agreeing with the sentiment from Evans–that there were a considerable number of people offering support and kind words for the murderer, and that this was an depraved condition for their community to be in.
“Very disturbing to say the least. If the narrative was different the city would be in an uproar. Our community so wish washy,” Cierra Jorden responded and numerous others chimed in with their agreement.
And, while the outpouring of alarm from the community cognizant of their own issues should induce a bit of hope, one can’t ignore the problem they are identifying. So we decided to look into it for ourselves. Here is what we found:
From His Cousin, “I Blame The Uncle Too”:
“B**** I’ll put roots n your entire family and make y’all loose(sic) everything you got n be forced to move to the ‘ghetto’ then die of covid. Not once have I lived in any projects b**** I’ll spit on your grandma.” (This was in response to a post from a user who called the cousin ghetto for shifting blame towards Hinnant’s relative.)
From Another Cousin: “I Pray That He Is Found Safe”
And From Another “I Ain’t Gone Sit Here And Let Y’all Talk Sh** About Darius:
“I Promise [My Cousin] Ain’t Hate You Or Was Mad At You”
The Idea That, Actually, A Relative Of The Boy Is To Blame For All Of This (Initially Spread By The Murderer’s Cousin Then Repeated Here):
The View That The Boy Was Shot For Some Other Reason (Initially Spread By The Cousin):
The Opinion That Black Children Have Been Killed By Whites And That Whites Ignore It When It Happens:
“No disrespect too (sic) anybody but how many white folks done took a lil black boys life. Since yall want to make it a racism thing like come on. I don’t stand for killing no kids but b**** I do stand for my color so watch what you say and how you say it because I don’t care if you was black, white, yellow, green, blue, or brown…”