September 23, 2018
Seeing as negroes mature at a much earlier age than whites, it makes sense to charge teenapers as adults.
However, it makes even more sense to send all of them back to Africa in boats that resemble Swiss cheeses.
The case of a 15-year-old charged in connection with the murder of an Indianapolis doctor has been waived to adult court.
Tarius Blade faces three burglary charges in the case. Kevin Rodgers, a prominent local doctor, was killed on Nov. 20, 2017, after suspects broke into his home near Eagle Creek and shot him to death. Blade was 15 years old at the time of the crime.
FOX59 doesn’t typically name juvenile defenders. However, Blade is now charged as an adult.
Ka’Ron Bickham-Hurst is charged with burglary and murder following his arrest a month after the murder. Just last month, the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office announced charges against two additional suspects, 17-year-old Devon Seats and 18-year-old Nehemiah Merriweather. Both are charged with murder and burglary.
Court documents allege that Seats smashed a rock through a window to get inside Rodgers’ home. He’s also accused of shooting Rodgers, telling his accomplices he had to shoot the doctor because Rodgers had seen his face.
According to court documents, the suspects burglarized two nearby homes after the shooting.