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Delaware Murderers Get School Suspension

THAT OUGHTA TEACH'EM! (all pun intended)

Also be warned;

"In a statement written by Anthony Joyner, whose sister Amy Joyner-Francis died last week after a fight in a bathroom of Howard High School of Technology in Wilmington, Delaware, the family asked supporters to "not fall victim to the scams going on around the internet."

Joyner stated that he is the only member of the family who uses social media and others, including the victim's mother, father, and other brothers, do not have accounts.

"All others will be fake," he said.

Joyner claimed that some people have gone as far as to misidentify themselves as Amy's sister. In the statement Joyner made it clear to supporters that she in fact does not have a sister. He also cautioned against contributing to any fundraisers or GoFundMe accounts.

"They are fake pages and accounts are spreading hateful lies, so please do not lose your money or entertain the lies of these cruel people," Joyner said."


"a fight?" No, a gangland killing is what happened.
Story from BET, a black entertainment site.

"A tragic story out of Delaware's Howard High School of Technology, in which a student, Amy Inita Joyner-Francis, was allegedly attacked and killed by a group of bullies in a school bathroom, has taken on a new level of horror as video of the incident has been released. Much of the fight was captured on student's cellphones, including the moment Amy lost consciousness.

Now it seems this story has taken an even darker turn, as it has been discovered that the girls behind Joyner-Francis' death have taken to social media to defend their heinous crime."


You might prefer to avoid the video on the page.

Here's what happened to her attacker/murderer a few days later.
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they haven't been arrested at this time

and it's days later.

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RE:they haven't been arrested at this time
they haven't been arrested at this time and it's days later.

i guess you stopped reading when you found the bits that you wanted...so let me take you by the hand and read to you from the

Book of Delaware, Chapter 1 Verse 4

"We know that charges will be filed," Cummings said. He said the investigation is ongoing to determine how severe those charges will be.
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I repeat

they have NOT been arrested yet. Too difficult for you to understand?

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RE: I repeat they have NOT been arrested yet

Does that mean they won't/can't be arrested?

Does that mean the ONLY punishment they WILL receive is suspension from school?

I'll keep you updated on their journey through the justice system.

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RE:they have NOT been arrested yet

AND they haven't been found guilty yet....but you still refer to them as Murderers.

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They may not get arrested

Perhaps for the rest of their life...wherever they are, they will be plagued with tornadoes and nasty weather..... Just in case they escape the "justice system"

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Axes and smart phone

Potentially good tools that fall into the hands of idiots

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