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Gran’s boy, one, shot to death in NYC slams BLM for doing nothing about ‘killing innocent children’

‘When is it going to end?’: Gran, one-year-old boy murdered in playground stroller in the latest NYC gun violence, beats BLM for doing nothing about ‘shooting and killing innocent children’

  • Toddler Davell Gardner Jr. was killed and three men were injured after two gunmen opened fire on a family cookout in Brooklyn on Sunday evening
  • “When are these young African American men, when are they going to stop photographing and murdering all these innocent children?” His grandmother said Monday.
  • Samantha Gardner added, “You are all raving and excited about black lives. But you take a life that was only a year and a half old. And it’s not fair ‘
  • Gardner Jr. sat in his stroller around 11:30 pm when two men shot and fled
  • Davell, who was hit in the abdomen, died in hospital on Monday

Toddler Davell Gardner Jr. was killed and three men were injured after two shooters opened fire in a family cooking game outside the Raymond Bush Playground in the Bedford-Stuyvesant district

Toddler Davell Gardner Jr. was killed and three men were injured after two shooters opened fire in a family cooking game outside the Raymond Bush Playground in the Bedford-Stuyvesant district

The grandmother of a one-year-old boy who died in his pram at a playground in Brooklyn on Sunday hit Black Lives Matter on Monday.

Samantha Gardner said The New York Daily NewsSo, when is it going to end? When are these young African American men, when will they stop photographing and murdering all these innocent children? It does not make any sense. ‘

Toddler Davell Gardner Jr. was killed and three men were injured after two shooters opened fire in a family cooking game outside the Raymond Bush Playground in the Bedford-Stuyvesant district. The three men were expected to survive.

Grandma called Davell the “joy” in her life and said to Grandmother Samantha, “They must stop this gun violence. I feel like this: You are all raving and excited about black lives. But you take a life that was only a year and a half old. And it is not fair. ‘

She added, “I hope they catch the b ****** s and put them under the prison cell.”

The boy’s father, Davell Sr., told it The New York Post: “Stop the gun violence. An innocent soul has been taken away. ‘

Gardner Jr. was in his stroller at around 11:30 PM when two black-clad men approached, were fired, and fled, the New York Times reported, citing police. Davell, who was hit in the abdomen, died in the hospital, the Times said.

Police said the child had been in a pram. A pram was left on the spot, as well as several chairs on the sidewalk

Police said the child had been in a pram. A pram was left on the spot, as well as several chairs on the sidewalk

Police said the child had been in a pram. A pram was left on the spot, as well as several chairs on the sidewalk

The New York Post imagined the child's mother crying on the scene

The New York Post imagined the child's mother crying on the scene

The New York Post imagined the child’s mother crying on the scene

Mayor Bill de Blasio observed a moment of silence and declared himself “heartbroken” on Monday about the boy’s death, part of a recent wave of gun violence in the city.

“It’s just horrifying,” de Blasio said at a news conference to discuss the coronavirus. A boy, Davell Gardner Jr., one year old, is playing in a playground. Davell was just starting his life and his life was full of possibilities. And now he’s gone. ‘

Post-shooting officers were depicted on the cross-section of Marcus Garvey Boulevard and Madison Street.

Police said the child had been in a pram. A pram was left on the spot, as well as several chairs on the sidewalk.

The toddler died on Monday around 2:30 a.m. after being taken to the Maimonides Medical Center.

The New York Post imagined the child’s mother, crying on the spot. The other victims have not been identified.

The surge in shootings in New York, Chicago and other US cities amid the social disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic is at odds with a 20-year trend towards lower crime.

Post-shooting officers were depicted on the cross-section of Marcus Garvey Boulevard and Madison Street

Post-shooting officers were depicted on the cross-section of Marcus Garvey Boulevard and Madison Street

Post-shooting officers were depicted on the cross-section of Marcus Garvey Boulevard and Madison Street

The toddler died on Monday around 2:30 a.m. after being taken to the Maimonides Medical Center

The toddler died on Monday around 2:30 a.m. after being taken to the Maimonides Medical Center

The toddler died on Monday around 2:30 a.m. after being taken to the Maimonides Medical Center

The surge in shootings in New York, Chicago and other US cities amid the social disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic is at odds with a 20-year trend towards lower crime

The surge in shootings in New York, Chicago and other US cities amid the social disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic is at odds with a 20-year trend towards lower crime

The surge in shootings in New York, Chicago and other US cities amid the social disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic is at odds with a 20-year trend towards lower crime

Davell’s shooting was one of 11 incidents in which 16 people were shot in New York over the weekend, WABC television reported.

The number of shootings has increased by more than 50 percent this year from 2019, with 585 incidents reported on July 5, the New York Times said.

De Blasio mentioned a separate weekend incident in which a 12-year-old was shot in the leg.

“You can never look away from such things and be numb to it. I’m just heartbroken today, “said de Blasio.

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