August 14, 2019
The baby survived.
When she’s older, let’s hope that she teams up with all the other thousands of white kids across America whose parents died at the hands of these murderous coons and starts to implement the biggest and most aggressive African Deportation Program known to man.
A woman has been sentenced to life in prison for the July 2016 shooting deaths of two people in the leasing office at a Grand Blanc apartment complex.
Genesee Circuit Judge Joseph J. Farah handed down the sentence Tuesday, Aug. 6 against Jacquelyne F. Tyson, 57.
She was found guilty July 9 by Farah following a non-jury trial on charges of first-degree murder and second-degree murder in the deaths of 45-year-old Tamara Johnson and 20-year Lyric Work.
Tyson was sentenced to life on both counts.
Farah ruled Johnson’s shooting to be second-degree murder and Work’s shooting to be first-degree murder. The case has been moving through the court system for years.
The judge also ruled Tyson to be mentally ill, but he rejected an insanity plea following a non-jury trial.
Tyson was arrested on suspicion of the shooting shortly after police arrived at the leasing office of Grand Oaks Apartments, 11284 Grand Oak Dr., shortly before 3:45 p.m. July 26, 2016.
Work was 33 weeks pregnant at the time of the shooting and her baby girl, Marley, was delivered by cesarean section seven weeks early, according to MLive-The Flint Journal records.
Tamara Johnson, left, and Lyric Work.