Bad News For Al Sharpton After Murder Charge Just Came Out – Won’t See Him Again!

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We all know very well that Al Sharpton is a poverty pimp and race-baiter. But have you all noticed how he has been strangely silent recently?

He has always been busy working hard against American’s rights, including our Second Amendment rights but for months he has been pretty much awol.

But now it’s being reported that within 36 hours of leading a march against g*n violence, Al Sharpton’s half-brother, 52-year-old Pastor, and Community activist Kenneth Sharpton Glasgow was arrested and charged with capital m****r in the s******g d***h of a 23-year old woman.

According to a local area newspaper, Glasgow was one of two men charged for the m****r of Breunia Jennings, who was found with a “gunshot wound to the head ” on Sunday. The body was discovered in a damaged car in an intersection near the area and Jennings’ lifeless body was inside. She was pronounced d**d at the scene.

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Here is more via Blue Lives Matter:

“Kenneth Sharpton Glasgow has been charged with capital m****r.

Dothan, AL – Within 36 hours of leading a march against g*n violence, Al Sharpton’s half-brother was arrested and charged with capital m****r in the s******g d***h of a 23-year old woman.

Pastor and community activist Kenneth Sharpton Glasgow, 52, was one of two men charged for the m****r of Breunia Jennings, who was found with a “gunshot wound to the head ” on Sunday, Dothan Police Chief Steve Parrish said, according to Lynx Media.

Police responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle parked at a church just before 11 p.m., WSFA reported.

They discovered a damaged car in an intersection near the area, and located Jennings’ lifeless body inside. She was pronounced d**d at the scene.

Investigators learned that 26-year-old Jamie Townes had been upset with Jennings, because he believed she had stolen his car, Lynx Media reported.

He wanted to confront her, and asked Glasgow for help.

“Instead of him notifying law enforcement, he took matters in his own hands and jumped in Mr. Glasgow’s vehicle to find Breunia Jennings,” Chief Parrish said during a news conference, according to Lynx Media.

“Basically, they went hunting,” he added, according to WSFA.

Investigators said they believed Townes fired the round into Jennings’ head, while Glasgow drove.

The bullet shattered the back window of the Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS Jennings had been driving, and glass was scattered around the intersection, WDHN reported.

Two other unnamed occupants inside Glasgow’s vehicle had not been charged.

As he was being led to a police cruiser, Glasgow lamented the damage to his 2018 Toyota Camry, which was parked just feet away from the murdered woman, according to WDHN.

“Man, that’s a brand new car,” he told a bystander.

During a Tuesday court appearance, Glasgow, a convicted felon, said he did not understand why he was facing a capital m****r charge, FOX News reported.

“I’m not responsible for what someone else does,” Glasgow told the court. “He just asked me for a ride to take him to look for his car.”

Under Alabama law, a person who is believed to have aided or abetted a crime can be held liable for the crime. M****r committed through the use of a weapon while the victim is in a vehicle is considered to be a capital offense, the Dothan Eagle reported.

Glasgow founded the Ordinary People Society – a homeless ministry and community – after being released from prison on drug charges in the late 1980s, FOX News reported.

Since then, he has fought for voting rights for convicted felons, and has been involved in multiple community movements, according to the Dothan Eagle.

He and his half-brother, National Action Network founder Al Sharpton, have also been photographed delivering meals to the needy, FOX News reported.

In 2016, Glasgow posed for a photo op with Hillary Clinton.

On Saturday, Glasgow marched along the streets of downtown Dothan, demanding g*n law reform as he yelled through a megaphone, according to WDHN.

He was being held without bond.”

Investigators confirmed that 26-year-old Jamie Townes had been upset with Jennings because he believed she had stolen his car so he went out to look for her in order to confront her after he asked Glasgow for help. Glasgow Instead of notifying law enforcement decided to take matters into his own hands and got in his vehicle with Townes and two other individuals to find Breunia Jennings.

It’s believed that when they found Jennings Townes fired a round into Jennings’ head as Glasgow drove his vehicle. The bullet shattered the back window of the Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS Jennings had been driving, and glass was scattered all around the intersection.

As he was being led to a police cruiser, Glasgow actually lamented the damage to his 2018 Toyota Camry, which was parked just feet away from the murdered woman’s remains. He explained, “Man, that’s a brand new car.”

During a court appearance, Glasgow, wh course is a convicted felon made a statement that he didn’t understand why he was facing a capital m****r charge. “I’m not responsible for what someone else does,” Glasgow told the court. “He just asked me for a ride to take him to look for his car.” But the fact is that under Alabama law, a person who is believed to have aided or abetted a crime can also be held liable for the crime. So it seems Glasgow will be spending a good amount of time in prison.

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