Home with a Confederate Flag in AL Stormed, Two Men Beaten, Shot to Death


A 73-year grandfather and his 23-year old grandson were slaughtered, possibly for having a confederate flag hanging outside their home. The grandmother, who survived, hid in a bedroom. The murderers beat and shot the two victims to death.

Some suggest that demonizing the confederate flag has become a trigger. The police have not suggested a motive.

On July 23rd, two black males stormed the home near Piedmont, AL. Two white males, Joshua Moody 23, and Travis Frost, 73, a grandson, and his grandfather were beaten and shot to death. Mr. Travis’s wife hid and was not found by the attackers, local TV reported.

The family’s Nissan Ultima was stolen and found burned a short distance away.

Police identified two black males and a black female as suspects within two days of the murders. Their names are Jeffrey Jamall Briskey, Rhimington Otarivs Johnson, and Sicondria Michala Carter.

Briskey and Carter were captured at an Econo Lodge in Petersburg, VA but Rhimington is still on the loose. He is armed and dangerous.

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