Kenneth Glasgow, reportedly the half-brother of the "Reverend" Al Sharpton, is a member of The Ordinary People Society (TOPS) and is active in homeless and community ministry. He participated in the March for Our Lives rally on March 24th, where he took the stage to make an impromptu speech deploring gun violence. Ironically, on March 26th, he was arrested and charged with capital murder in Alabama after a passenger in the car he was driving shot and killed a 23-year-old woman in another car.
Oops. I hate that when that happens.
Apparently, an acquaintance asked Glasgow, 52, a community activist and pastor, to help him find his stolen car. As they were driving around, Glasgow’s acquaintance allegedly opened fire on the woman, believing her to be the person who stole his car, a claim the now-deceased woman’s mother disputes.
Alabama law holds that a person is legally accountable for a crime committed by another if “1) he procures, induces, or causes such other person to commit the offense; or 2) he aids or abets such other person in committing the offense; or 3) having a legal duty to prevent the commission of the offense, he fails to make an effort he is legally required to make,” according to online reports.
As of March 27th, both Glasgow and his passenger were being held without bond, according to Houston County, Alabama jail records.
The track record of uber-morons shilling for leftist causes is breathtakingly bad. They are almost without exception hypocritical in the extreme, nearly unanimously wrong, and often deliberately malevolent.
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