I watched this video which gives you the entire scope of what went down when two teen girls carjacked an Uber driver.
Here’s the background on the story:
Two teenage girls have been charged with the botched carjacking and killing of an Uber Eats driver in Washington, D.C.
Metropolitan police officials have charged the girls, ages 13 and 15, with felony murder and armed carjacking, according to a news release. The girls were reportedly armed with a Taser when they attempted to steal the vehicle belonging to Mohammad Anwar, 66, of Springfield, Virginia.
Police officers were called around 4:30 p.m. Tuesday to the 1200 block of Van Street Southeast, a block from Nationals Park, for a car crash. There, they found Anwar, who had been thrown from his overturned Honda Accord and was suffering life-threatening injuries.Anwar was rushed to a hospital.
“After all lifesaving efforts failed, the victim was pronounced dead,” the news release said.
The Washington Post reported that the attempted carjacking began as Anwar sat in his car outside the Navy Yard Metro Station. Homicide Detective Chad Leo, who testified Wednesday at the girls’ initial court appearance, said that Anwar drove the short distance to the baseball park.
In this graphic and distributing video, you can see the entire carjacking, getaway, crash scene, and apprehension of the girls. You can also see the victim laying on the ground, presumably deceased, so I must warn you of that.
I don’t like these types of videos for obvious reasons.
But I thought this one was important because we’re at a crisis point in this country, where there’s a generation of children coming up who have lost empathy for mankind.
And no, it’s not a “race” thing – it’s a humanity thing. I’m so sick of everything being about “race.” We need to knock that off and start dealing with the real issues that are going on, like mental health, horrid role models, and kids with no social skills being raised on video games and TikTok.
Our country has moved further and further away from God, and traditional family – and the society we’re in now is a result of that.
A society where two little girls do the unthinkable – and after trying to steal a car, and while a man lay dead on the ground, they’re worried about their cell phones.
Something needs to change…quickly.
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