Black man kills teen girlfriend and wants community service

Meet another Michael Brown, Jr. No, Brown hadn’t escalated to anything quite this bad, but he was only 18.

The man who suffocated his 14-year-old Brooklyn girlfriend because he thought she was pregnant, then burned her corpse and stuffed it in a suitcase, was 22.

Court papers revealed that Christian Ferdinand asked the cops:

“Do you think I can get some kind of community service?”

 

And why shouldn’t he? We live in a time of lawlessness, where the Head Negroes In Charge constantly look for ways around the law. Let’s face it, Obama and Holder have done far worse, and they are still free men pansies.

A Brooklyn jury took just an hour Monday to find Ferdinand guilty of second-degree murder for the heinous crime, and honestly, I’m shocked there aren’t people protesting this verdict.

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The only difference is Ferdinand did confess to Shaniesha Forbes in January 2013. After the verdict was read, Ferdinand was said to have dropped his head on the courtroom table, likely contemplating what life would be life without his X-box in prison.

Here’s something else to consider. What parent allows their 14-year old girl to date a 22-year old man, even though I’m sure Ferdinand was one of those “gentle giants headed to college?”

 

 

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