What ends up happening?
Black gang members open fire on a funeral procession, shooting more than 20 rounds and injuring three people. [3 people, including alleged gang leader, shot during funeral procession for Jasmine Moore, Fox59.com, July 20, 2017]:
Police say three people were shot at a northeast side cemetery Thursday during a funeral procession for a recent murder victim.
Police responded to the 4000 block of Millersville Road around 4 p.m. Thursday after at least 20 shots were fired.
The shooting happened during the procession for Jasmine Moore, 28, who was killed last week in a shooting on the west side outside of Long’s Bakery. As the procession approached Southerland Park Cemetery, men in a white GMC or Chevrolet pickup truck opened fire.
One of the victims has been identified as Richard Grundy III, the alleged leader of a local drug gang. He is Moore’s cousin.
Two women were also injured in the shooting. Police say one was shot in the head and the other was shot in the leg. All of the victims are expected to survive.
Property damage was also reported to homes and at least four cars.
“How dare you not respect his family?” Asked witness Jordan Easton. “Give them some peace and let them breathe. Respect them. Respect their privacy.”
Easton said children and their mothers were hitting the ground as shots rang out.
“This city is wicked. This city needs to be prayed over. This city needs help,” said Easton. “I’m thankful that I go to school out of town but I would just tell anybody that has the opportunity to leave Indianapolis, leave.”
In 2014, Grundy was jailed along with several associates as investigators sought to break up what they described as a murderous drug ring.
Those murder charges against Grundy were dropped and other charges against his associates were reduced. Grundy still faces counts of drug dealing, corrupt business influence and criminal gang charges. He's currently free on bond on a related case and drug charges out of Texas.
Grundy was thought to be the target of that shooting as retaliation for the murder of a man in Zionsville this spring.
"This is something that will not be tolerated anywhere in the city, said IMPD officer Jim Gillespie. "When we have multiple people shot it raises concerns that we are not going to slide by in any case, so they can expect quick justice on this."Indianapolis is not a wicked city.
Indianapolis doesn't need to be prayed over.
Indianapolis doesn't need help.
In 1990, Indianapolis was nearly 80 percent white.
Today, the white population hovers around 58 percent, while the black population of the city - 28 percent - produces individuals who open fire on a funeral procession (as well as a 15-year-old who kills three black males in another episode of the endless "cycle of violence" black clergy/community leaders rail against).
Jim Crow and segregation wasn't about supremacy or discrimination. It was simply about protecting white people and their posterity from... the type of behavior found in Indianapolis courtesy of its 28 percent black population.