On Monday, March 27th, we learned His Name is Jamie Urton: White Man Dragged from Car, Shot to Death by Three Blacks In Cincinnati.
We are now learning far, far more about what actually happened when Urton, a white male, was executed by blacks in broad daylight in Cincinnati. ['The dude that hit you with the car, he dead:' 911 caller says he killed driver that hit child, WLWT.com, 3-31-17]:
|Jamie Urton, right, was executed by blacks in Cincinnati. He "begged for mercy" as they shot him multiple times|
Cincinnati police released 911 recordings that capture the moments after a fatal shooting in Walnut Hills.
Police said the driver of a car was gunned down March 24 on Kenton Street after he accidentally struck a 4-year-old child with his car.
Officials said Jamie Urton, 44, accidentally struck a young child with his vehicle. The boy suffered non-life-threatening injuries.
After the accident, police said Urton was pulled from his car by witnesses and was shot to death.
In newly released 911 audio, a caller is heard telling the young boy, who is heard crying in the background, about the shooting:
“You're OK? And I took care of dude. I killed him. He dead. He dead. The dude that hit you by the car, he dead. I killed him. I'm serious he's dead. The dude who hit you with the car, I killed him, Jamal. He dead. You hear me? He's dead. I killed him.”
The identity of the 911 caller is unclear.
“That white dude in that car, they just blazed him,” the caller said. “That was that car that was right there, hit my baby, that gray one. They just shot him, he's in there dead.”Wait a second... what? We now have proof Urton was dragged from his car by blacks and basically lynched on the streets of Cincinnati. [Police: Father of 4-year-old struck by car also charged in driver’s shooting death, WLWT.com, 3-31-17]
But it gets much, much worse. Urton begged for his life and mercy when he was executed by the blacks. [Witness: Murder victim shot dead as he begged for mercy, WLWT.com, 3-31-17]:
A witness to a murder says the unarmed victim was begging for mercy as the gunman shot him over and over, even after his body fell limp.
Police said Jamie Urton, 44, was shot to death after he accidentally hit a 4-year-old boy who dashed into Kenton Street last Friday. Urton stopped but was attacked by people who saw the boy hit.
“He didn’t mean to do it, he was bawling his eyes out, saying he was sorry, begging for mercy, basically, and they shot him,” said the witness, who we are not identifying.
The witness said she was just a few feet away from where the child was hit and saw the entire event evolve in the street.
It all began, according to the witness, when a man who appeared to be with the child began screaming at people driving on the street. The witness says the man was so aggressive it appeared he distracted Urton, who seemed to be unsure why the man was upset.
“So he (Urton) was looking out his driver’s side and hit the kid on the right side because he didn’t know what was going on,” the witness said.
The man who was with the boy began to attack Urton, who was still in his car, the witness said, but then that man went to tend to the child.
Another man then began the fatal attack on Urton, according to the witness.
“You could hear him wailing, saying, ‘I’m sorry, I’m so sorry.’ The guy was reaching in the window, beating him up in the window,” the witness said.
The altercation escalated when the man pulled a gun.
“He just fell, he just stopped and they kept going at, after he stopped. They kept shooting him,” the witness said. “After his arms just dropped and there was no life left in him anymore, they shot him again.”
Police said two people now face murder charges in connection with Urton’s death: Deonte Baber, 25, and Jamall Killings, the 4-year-old’s father.
Meanwhile, friends and family of Urton attended his funeral Friday, exactly a week after he was murdered.
At the Cincinnati Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired, where Urton worked, the machines were quiet. Co-workers were given the day to attend the services.
“Certainly he’ll be missed in the workplace but he’ll really be missed as a friend and somebody we can count on and a good guy,” said John Mitchell, CEO of the association.Jamie Urton was a white male who was executed by blacks in Cincinnati, after a group of blacks pulled him from his car and attacked him. Yet, outside of a few reports on the local news in this city, no one knows Jamie Urton's name.