You won’t recognize me – My name was Antonio West

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Date: July 26th, 2013

Category: Sad

Georgia – You won’t recognize me.

My name was Antonio West and I was the 13-month old child who was shot at point blank range in Brunswick, GA by two teens who were attempting to rob my mother, who was also shot.

A Grand Jury of my mommy’s peers from Brunswick GA determined the teens who murdered me will not face the death penalty – too bad I was given a death sentence for being innocent and defenseless.

My family made the mistake of being white in a 73% non-white neighborhood, but my murder was not ruled a Hate Crime.

Nor did President Obama take so much as a single moment to acknowledge my murder.  Read More

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12 Responses to “You won’t recognize me – My name was Antonio West”

  1. Patricia Says:

    Poor baby. What a waste of an innocent life.

  2. Fed Up Says:

    How about this you goddam race pimp ni**ers!

  3. Kris Says:

    Why shouldn’t they get the death penalty?

  4. Champ Says:

    I remember this. They wanted money and the mother did not have any. So he said give me the money or I will shoot your baby. Then he shot the baby in the face. What do you have to do in Georgia to get the death penalty?

  5. Anonymous Says:

    I’m not saying that what happened to Travyon Martin wasn’t heartbreaking for his family. But this right here just goes to show what kind of world we live in. Blacks all around the world are screaming about justice for Travyon…even the president. But when it’s black on white crime things are a bit different. You don’t see white people marching and throwing a fit over the death of this innocent little white boy. What happened to him was a tragedy but we aren’t making a huge racial issue out of it.

  6. Anonymous Says:

    Idon’t know where this article came from but it’s about time that somewhere in the media someone had the guts to speak out. I am not a prejudiced person. And as a mother my heart goes out to Treyvon Martin’s mother. I can only imagine how painful it would be to lose my son. And I’m not saying that Zimmerman isn’t guilty. Alot of things he says don’t ring true in my opinion. But black on white hate crimes go on every day in this world. And you don’t see white people holding protests and walking around with T-shirts on demanding justice for the white victim. Racism does still exist but there are just as many blacks against whites as there are whites against blacks.

  7. GREG MAN Says:

    You won’t hear Obama get on TV and say “this could have been me many years ago.” Although let’s face it…it could have been. Everybody knows dude has cream in his coffee…he could have been him before the color pigment kicked in

  8. Al Sharpton Says:

    Nothing to see here. Move on.

  9. Anonymous Says:

    I just read that the parents are now suspected of killing the child.

  10. Anonymous Says:

    Whites should tear up the black neighborhoods over this. Wait, who would notice?

  11. Nicky Says:

    It’s so easy to make issues into a “race” thing. The facts are, we’re in a country that believes in matters being presented in a court of law to a jury of “peers” to detemine someone’s guilt or innocence. I personally feel this is an antiquated way of deciding someone’s fate but, this is the world we live in. It’s not okay to kill anyone regardless of their race. In the Trayvon Martin case, there was a victim and a killer, and the killer went free. In this case, there was a victim and a killer, and the killer doesn’t go free but doesn’t get the death penalty. Because our fate is left up to a bunch of individuals that are no different than us, we want to see justice prevail more than ever. The justice system did not work in either one of these cases which has caused a lot of upset people and by default, it’s a “race” thing. Crime is going to happen and it’s going to involve all types of races, there’s nothing we can do about that. What we need is a justice system we can believe in.

  12. Anonymous Says:

    @ NIcky — Like it or not (and clearly you don’t), the justice system DID work in the Trayvon Martin case.

    Trayvon Martin WAS NOT an infant, nor was he innocent, nor was he murdered in a random fashion. He was killed because he attacked an armed man. Period. End of story. (the truth is out there IF you’re open minded enough to look at it)

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