Half-brother of Cali man found hanging from tree shot by cops during alleged kidnapping

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Robert Fuller was a black man who was found hanging from a tree in Palmdale, California. (screenshot)

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The half-brother of Robert Fuller, a 24-year-old black man who was found hanging from a tree in a Southern California park last week, was shot and killed by Los Angeles sheriff’s deputies during an alleged kidnapping.

Fuller’s half-brother, identified as Terron Jammal Boone, was being tracked by law enforcement for allegedly kidnapping, beating, and assaulting a woman with a deadly weapon.

Deputies had been tracking him after he allegedly kidnapped the woman (presumed to be his wife or girlfriend) and held her against her will for several days, authorities said. Fox News reported:

“When authorities attempted to stop Boone’s car in Rosamond, Calif., just north of the Los Angeles County border Wednesday around 4:30 p.m., he opened the car door and started shooting at officers, the department said.

Deputies said they returned fire and killed Boone. A woman who was in the car was shot in the chest in the crossfire but is expected to survive.

A 7-year-old girl who was also a passenger was uninjured.

The woman in the car wasn’t the accuser in the spousal assault case, authorities said. It’s not clear what her relationship or the 7-year-old’s was to Boone.”

Robert Fuller was found hanging from a rope in a park in Palmdale, California, on June 10.

Local authorities said there was no evidence of foul play, but his family insisted that Fuller was not suicidal.

Fuller’s family demanded an investigation, presumably because leftist grievance-mongers want to believe that his apparent suicide was a lynching by “white supremacists.”

So far, there’s no evidence to suggest that Fuller was lynched by anyone — let alone by phantom “white supremacists.”

It’s ironic that anti-police protesters want cops to investigate Fuller’s death, when these are the same people who want to “defund the police.”

Thanks to the breathless media demonization of police, there was been a spike in violent crimes across the country in Democrat-run cities.

Predictably, this crime surge is mostly occurring in low-income black neighborhoods.

New York Post columnist Karol Markowicz is a lifelong New Yorker who’s alarmed by the recent surge in crimes in New York as anti-police rhetoric escalates.

“The crime spike is really not a surprise for anyone that’s been following it,” Markowicz told Fox News host Tucker Carlson. “We’ve let the leftist activists and politicians divide us into the camps of, either you are pro-police or you believe ‘black lives matter.’ But the truth is, if you are pro-police, it is because you believe black lives matter.”

(Source: Tucker Carlson Tonight)

Markowicz pointed out: “If you look at the recent crime spike, it’s happening primarily in black neighborhoods. That’s why these [leftist] white activists are pushing this ‘defund the police’ idea, because it’s not happening in their neighborhoods. If it was, they would want triple the police on their streets.”

Markowicz added: “When it’s happening in white neighborhoods, we’ll have these liberal white people decide that they do like the police.”

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