Al Sharpton’s Half Brother Charged With Murder After Marching For Gun Control
It looks like criminal behavior and hypocrisy are traits that run deep in the Sharpton family. Reverend Kenneth Glasgow, the half-brother of Reverend Al Sharpton, is under arrest for his alleged role in a drive-by shooting. His arrest happened one day after he participated in a March for Our Lives gun control rally.
The 52-year old Glasgow who started the Ordinary People Society ministry. He and his group participated in an anti-gun protest in Dothan, Alabama on Saturday.
On Sunday, police arrested Glasgow on suspicion of murder in the shooting death of 23-year old Breunia Jennings. According to Dothan Police Chief Steven Parrish, he was allegedly driving the car when his passenger 26-year old Jamie Townes reportedly shot Jennings.
Per Alabama statute 13A-2-23, Glasgow is complicit in the crime and is facing a charge of capital murder. Jennings reportedly stole Townes car and they jumped into Glasgow’s car to follow her. Townes allegedly fired into the vehicle several times hitting Jennings in the head.
An ex-convict, Glasgow has protested several times with Al Sharpton. The two led a march in Florida after the shooting death of Travon Martin. Last year, he celebrated the news that Alabama would restore voting rights to some ex-felons.
Birds of a Feather
Appearing in court, Glasgow denied any wrongdoing in the murder. “I don’t know why I am facing capital murder charges,” he told the judge. “I’m not responsible for what someone else does. He just asked me for a ride to take him to look for his car.”
Right because he had no idea that Townes had a gun. If he cared so much about gun violence, why didn’t he immediately go to the police and report the crime? If he is innocent, then Sharpton isn’t a race baiter and doesn’t owe $7 million in back taxes.
Suffice it to say, we doubt young David Hogg, or any other gun-grabbing Leftists, will be talking about this. After all, they wouldn’t want anyone finding out that they don’t really care about gun violence.