A white man, Jamie Urton, struck a 4-year-old child with his vehicle (who appeared to have walked in front of his car carelessly).
What happens next is a reminder of the type of world only Africans in America can create. [Police ID man fatally shot after striking 4-year-old with car, WLWT.com, 3-26-17]:
Police have identified a man fatally shot moments after he struck a 4-year-old child with his car.
Jamie Urton, 44, was shot and killed Friday afternoon.
Cincinnati police said a 4-year-old boy was hit by a car on Kenton Street when he wandered into the path of Urton’s vehicle.
Police say an altercation then took place when three people ran to the car and started assaulting Urton and the passenger.
Urton was shot multiple times and died on the way to a hospital.
Police say they were either dragged from the car or attacked outside the car after they exited. The passenger was not shot but suffered minor injuries related to the fight.
Dorron Hunter is a community-outreach advocate for the Cincinnati Human Relations Commission. He said, “We're out here again, something awful has happened, but we're not going to stop. We’re going to tell them to stop the shooting, stop the killing, stop the violence.”Jamie Urton was dragged out of his car, or attacked in his vehicle by three black people (who have yet to be identified and are still at large), beaten and shot to death.
Urton, a white male, was only trying to help the young black child who wandered out in front of his car and was hit, when he was attacked in his car or dragged out of his car by three unidentified black males on the streets of Cincinnati.
But don't worry: the black father of the young black child hit by Urton doesn't condone the black vigilante justice upon the white man, but hopes "we can all learn from this." [Dad of boy hit by car in Cincinnati didn’t condone driver’s fatal shooting, NBC4i.com, 3-27-17]:
The father of a 4-year-old boy hit by a vehicle in Cincinnati said he doesn’t condone the subsequent slaying of the driver and is sorry for the man’s family.
The driver, 44-year-old Jamie Urton, got out of his car after hitting the child around midday Friday and was repeatedly shot in a confrontation with onlookers in the Walnut Hills neighborhood, police said.
Initial reports indicated the boy was struck while in or crossing the street, but his father, Jamal Killings, told WCPO-TV the child was at the curb. Killings said he had tried to stop the car for going too fast in a neighborhood full of playing kids, and it slowed down a bit but then swerved around him and struck the boy.
Killings said he tended to his son, who suffered bleeding in his brain but is now out of the hospital, and he didn’t realize someone shot the driver.
“My job as a father was to get my son face-first off the concrete and take him to see medical attention, and that’s what I did,” Killings said.
He said that he doesn’t condone violence and that Urton’s shooting shouldn’t have happened.
“It’s an unfortunate situation, unfortunate event, but I hope we all can learn from this,” Killings said.
Urton died at a hospital. Police said they were looking for several suspects.
Police have not made any arrests. The child sustained non-life-threatening injuries.It's fitting the most popular movie for black people in America is titled Get Out, and is nothing more than an anti-white revenge fantasy film (ending in the murdering of white people).... one can only imagine how many times the three black males who pulled Urton out of his car yelled "get out" at him just before they shot him to death...