Friends of BLM leader shot in the head at party won’t talk to cops about what happened

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Friends of the militant British Black Lives Matter activist, Sasha Johnson, who was shot in the head last month are apparently refusing to “snitch” on her shooter.

In an interview Monday with the Evening Standard, Detective Chief Inspector Richard Leonard of the Metropolitan Police said that the 30 acquaintances of hers who were present at the party where she was shot have refused to speak with his officers.

“[T]he reality is nobody who was at that party has come forward to give us a statement or any further information,” he said.

“It is vital that we gather as much information as possible to establish what happened in the early hours of that Sunday morning and why,” he added.

Johnson, a passionate BLM activist and “Defund the Police” supporter, was shot at a house party on May 23rd in what the authorities believe was a gang-related incident.

According to the Evening Standard, Johnson still remains in critical condition.

That nobody has spoken up on her daughter’s behalf has left Johnson’s mother frustrated.

“What has happened to Sasha has left us devastated. She is currently fighting for her life in hospital with two children asking where their mummy is, what do I tell them? Someone must have information to what happened and to come forward,” she said to the Standard.

“Sasha is passionate about standing up for others, please come forward and stand up for Sasha. Come forward to help us, I know it is not always easy but imagine if it was your daughter or the mother of your children. I believe there are people out there that can help,” she added.

This refusal to speak up is one of the key reasons so many people both in the U.K. and here in the states have a deep dislike of BLM.

BLM activists say nothing when everyday people are murdered by criminal suspects, yet if and when those criminal suspects are fatally shot by the police after resisting arrest, then they raise their voices in outrage.

It’s as if they don’t care about real victims. Real victims like Ladavionne Garrett, Jr., who was shot and almost killed while riding home in a car with his parents last month in Minneapolis.

During a press conference in mid-May, his grandmother, Sharrie Jennings, unloaded on BLM for seemingly not giving a damn about her grandson.

“Why ain’t nobody mad about a 10-year-old, my grandson, fighting for his life? Because a cop didn’t shoot him, is that why?” she asked.

Listen:

Because of BLM’s notorious lack of concern for the deaths of boys, girls, men and women killed by criminal suspects, the refusal by Johnson’s friends to speak out has been more disappointing than surprising to the general public.

More-so than that, it’s been so telling of what the movement really standards for — which, it appears, is anything but black life.

Look at some of the criticism bubbling up below:

The same community that fights to “Defund the Police” and make martyrs out of criminal suspects also believes in a “no snitching” policy that allows criminal suspects to run free to hurt others.

The Twitter user who described Johnson as racist is also correct. She first made headlines last year after she launched a group, “Black Panther of Oxford,” that explicitly bars white people from having leadership roles.

And before her Twitter account was suspended, she reportedly pinned a tweet to the top of her profile that read as follows: “The white man will not be our equal but our slave. History is changing. No justice, no peace #BLM.”

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Vivek Saxena

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