His Name Is Cannon Hinnant: Five-Year Old White Boy Shot and Murdered Execution-Style by Black Neighbor… for Riding His Bike in His Lawn

PAUL KERSEY • AUGUST 11, 2020 • 1,000 WORDS • 289 COMMENTS • 

https://www.unz.com/sbpdl/his-name-is-cannon-hinnant-five-year-old-white-boy-shot-and-murdered-execution-style-by-black-neighbor-for-riding-his-bike-in-his-lawn/

PK NOTE: Their Lives Matter Too. It’s a book you must pick up. Names you’ve never encountered, stories you’ve never read about, all for one, unmentionable reason: black on white murder. We were never supposed to notice what’s happening. We were never supposed to catalogue the names and tell their stories. But we did. But we have. Their Lives Matter Too.

It’s hard to read t hese stories few people seem to care about (I hope you are doing well, Taylor Mixon and I think about your email often), and the corporate media completely ignores. Perhaps a few family members and friends will remember their name and how they died, but not many others (think Amanda Blackburn).

And for daring to care, for even considering their life had value and how they died (murdered) is worth remembering, you become a pariah. One family member of Rebecca Pletnewski – a white woman, who along with her daughter was murdered by a black man in 2018 – demanded her story be taken down during the George Floyd/Black Lives Matter orgy of violence.

Rebecca and her white daughter were murdered by a black man, but their white lives had less value than being woke in the face of the Black Lives Matter tsunami washing over America, forcing all white people to kneel before their new moral overlords.

I don’t believe that, though.

All Lives Matter. White lives, too.

If there is one story perhaps being the fitting denouement of Paul Kersey, it’s this one.

Rest in Peace, Cannon.

Darius Sessoms, a black man, walked up to his neighbors kids (three white children) who were riding bikes outside their home, placed a gun to a 5 year old white boy’s head and executed him in front of his two sisters for accidentally riding his bike on his lawn. N

His name is Cannon Hinnant. [Wilson man wanted in fatal shooting on 5-year-old apprehended, WRAL.com, August 11, 2020]:

A Wilson man was in custody Monday night, about 24 hours after police said he shot and killed a 5-year-old boy.

Darius N. Sessoms, 25, was apprehended in Goldsboro by members of the U.S. Marshals Service Carolinas Regional Fugitive Task Force, Goldsboro police and the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office. He was charged with first-degree murder and was being held without bond in the Wilson County jail.

Police were called to a shooting in a neighborhood in the 5100 block of Archers Road just after 5:30 p.m. Sunday.

Family members said Cannon Hinnant was playing outside his father’s house when he was shot in the head. The boy’s two sisters, ages 8 and 7, saw their brother get shot, according to Cannon’s mother.

Cannon was taken to Wilson Medical Center, where he died.

No details about a possible motive for the shooting have been released, but police said the shooting wasn’t random.

Sessoms lives next door to Cannon’s father, and a neighbor said that the two men had dinner together Saturday night and that Sessoms was at his neighbor’s home earlier Sunday.

Doris Labrant, who witnessed the shooting, said Sessoms ran up to Cannon, put the gun near his head and fired before running back to his own house.

“My first reaction was he’s playing with the kids,” Labrant said. “For a second, I thought, ‘That couldn’t happen.’ People don’t run across the street and kill kids.”

She said she realized the gun was real when she saw Cannon’s father’s reaction to the shooting, and she quickly went inside her home, locked the door and tried to call 911.

“You don’t expect to see somebody shoot someone,” she said.

Cannon’s grandmother said the family was happy to know that Sessoms had been arrested, but they’re devastated by the young boy’s senseless killing.

Many times, when doing the whole “His Name is/Her Name is” trope (with Paul Kersey and the trope referenced by Chuck Palahniuk, the author of Fight Club, in his graphic novel Fight Club 2, as an homage to Tyler Durden), I think back to a July 2011 day, when a friend got a text that Brittney Watts had been murdered in the streets Atlanta. A year later, we’d find out it was an anti-white racial murder, perpetrated by the black shooter to rid the world of white privilege.

It’s doubtful SBPDL would have endured were it not for this event taking place.

With what happened to Cannon Hinnant though, we might be seeing the early stages of a profound shift in thinking, where the story of a five-year-old white child murdered execution-style by his black neighbor and the complete silence from the corporate media (that just spent nearly three months canonizing a black man who once put a gun to the belly of a pregnant woman he was robbing in a home invasion and then died of fentanyl overdose while resisting arrest in Minneapolis) provides the much-needed realization to a lot of people that to our elite, white lives don’t matter.

It takes dramatic examples to shake people from their apathy and indifference toward the evil peddled as morality by our elite.

His name is Cannon Hinnant. Right, tens of millions are learning his name and how he died. They are starting to realize that to our elite, white lives don’t matter. They are asking why this story isn’t all over every media outlet, yet George Floyd – a convicted felon – somehow became a hero worthy of burning down cities, tearing down statues, and momentarily losing all sanity over.

And once they realize why this is, they’ll learn the truth of interracial crime.

What most people implicitly know, stories such as Cannon Hinnant’s execution-style murder by his black neighbor make the explicit possible.

Their Lives Matter Too.

Author: Alfred E. Neuman

EDITOR ONLY, 74 year old geek, ultra-conservative patriot.

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