January 18, 2019
Wendy Chaney and Phillip Jackson.
Sending members of a black prison gang back to prison sounds retarded to me.
Why not just execute them like in the good old days?
Eleven people have been indicted for the June 25, 2016, shooting deaths of three people near Mercersburg.
Those charged are Kevin Coles, Devin Dickerson, Torey White, Christopher Johnson, Jerell Adgebesan, Kenyatta Corbett, Michael Buck, Nicholas Preddy, Johnnie Jenkins-Armstrong, Terrance Lawson and Tyrone Armstrong, according to a copy of the Dec. 20 indictment obtained by Herald-Mail Media.
Some are charged directly with the homicides, while others are charged with helping the alleged perpetrators avoid being apprehended by authorities.
Prosecutors in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania allege gang members sought to kill Wendy Chaney, a Washington County drug informant. The group allegedly tied the 39-year-old woman’s hands with plastic zip ties, then shot her and set her body on fire.
The indictment alleges they did the same to Brandon Cole, 47, and Phillip M. Jackson, 36, at the Welsh Run Road farm where the victims were found.
Jackson, who was described as a drug customer, died in a hospital one day after the shootings. Chaney and Cole were pronounced dead at the scene.
All told, there are 22 criminal counts contained in the indictment.