You Won’t Believe What This Man Said at His Sentencing for the Murder of Two White Teens


Murderers and children

Frederick Young was sentenced to life imprisonment for the brutal murder of two white teens and he will be remembered in song by the liberal left.

“I’d like to say sorry to the families of Aiyanna Jones, Michael Brown, Eric Garner,” Young said. “And I want to apologize to them for not being able to get justice for their loved ones who was murdered in cold blood – and in respect for the peaceful protest, I want to say hands up don’t shoot. Black lives matter – that’s it your honor.”

Young made his statement after the parents gave heartbreaking impact statements.

Young left the courtroom stunned.

It’s not all that stunning really. Criminals like excuses for their evil, antisocial behavior.

The families of the two boys reacted by forgiving the monsters.

“In the end – knowing who Jourdan was, I believe he would want me to offer forgiveness,” Carrie Bobbish said. “Although I know I may struggle with that endeavor for the rest of my life, it would be what Jourdan would want.”

“On behalf of Jourdan and myself, I will pray for forgiveness for both of you.”

“No matter what sentence the court imposes today, these defendants will have to answer to God,” Kudla said. “God’s got this – thank you for letting me speak.”

The two teens were from Westland Michigan. Jourdan Bobbish and his friend Jacob Kudla, were murdered in July 2012 by Fredrick Young and Felando Hunter after attempting to buy drugs. The boys were robbed and tortured before they were murdered.

The murderers were given life sentences.

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Source: My Fox Detroit