These two Atlanta brothers Montez and Jeremy took the life of an innocent 2-year-old girl when they shot into the front door of her grandmother's home. We do not care what sort of resentment they had against someone in that house, this senseless murder was uncalled for. We ask you intelligent black women, what is it going to take to stop these criminals from killing people? Only Jesus Christ.
The waysome criminals refuse to change within black America makes God very angry. You wonder why racism has not ceased America. If He sees many black people not repenting, refusing to live for Him, then He will not bless them and this is why we yet see our race yet singled out as the most dysfunctional, although we have a black (bi-racial) president. Now, this toddler's family has to mourn her death, because these two black men refused to put down their gun and fix up their lives. Furthermore, it's really bothersome when we hear and see some black people whom just want to attack each other and do not even realize they are placing young children's lives in jeopardy.
We want to encourage you black women to raise your son to live for Christ. However, if you do not know Jesus as your personal Savior, then you are not setting an example. Of course, we do acknowledge there are some black mothers whom are living right while their kids are yet rebellious. However, if you are a mother whom has not trained your sons and daughters to live respectful lives, you need to repent and go straight to our Salvation page. Give your heart to Jesus Christ before it is everlasting too late. You will reap it in a worst way, if you don't live a righteous life and train your children to do the same. They will probably grow up to be like these two brothers who took this young girl's life.
Men arrested in death of 2-year-old girl remain jailed
By MYFOXATLANTA STAFF
ATLANTA - The two men accused of murdering a 2-year-old girl waived their first court appearance on Thursday. Montez Thompkins and Jeremy Thompkins were arrested Wednesday in DeKalb County nearly six months after the little girl was shot and killed inside her southwest Atlanta home.