URGENT UPDATE: Anthony Kent of Cape Fear, North Carolina Had Some Disgusting Words To Share About The Death Of Five-Year-Old Cannon Hinnant Who Was Murdered By Darius Sessoms, His Neighbor, While Riding His Bicycle Outside Of Sessoms’ Home . . . And He Used His Brother’s Facebook To Do It
Stop Reading This Post Now. We have compiled evidence that was provided to us that exonerates Terrell Kent from any blame in the disgusting comments made from his Facebook page. Surprising evidence has come to light that points the finger at Terrell’s brother, Anthony Kent. Please visit our updated story here.
While normally one would be mocked for suggesting that the offensive posts made from their account were the result of a hack, or that someone else had posted them, in this exceptionally rare case, we’ve found that this new information exonerates Terrell Kent and that his brother did indeed make those comments.
Nationalist Review has been busy archiving the comments of community members in Wilson, North Carolina who have been discussing the murder of Cannon Hinnant. While there’s a lot to say on that matter—with relatives of the murderer Darius Sessoms chiming in with some not-too-courteous statements of their own—we thought it would be prudent to highlight this alarming comment from a local supporter of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Update: We’ve released our article on comments made by the family members of murderer Darius Sessoms including comments from his cousins blaming the victim’s family for the child’s death and praying for the release of Darius the cold blooded killer.
Update 2: The local Taco Bell franchise has responded to this story and says that the employee in question no longer works for their franchise and hasn’t in some time despite not updating his employment listing online.
Update 3: Terrell Kent is now claiming that he didn’t make that post, that his brother did while using his account. We’re skeptical about that one but open to evidence exonerating him.
Terrell Kent, also a resident of Wilson, the same town the little boy was murdered in, made the most disturbing statement of all and seems to believe that it is time for a race war in America.
“Ion (I don’t) give a sh** he is white it’s time for revenge we tired shit over with now we shooting yall go cry to you moma,” Kent published in reply to post memorializing the little boy whose life was stolen from him before he was even able to start his first day at kindergarten.
Comments come from Kent’s publicly available Facebook profile (archived).
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