The 6 yrs old boy was doing what every kid does in his neighborhood when he was shot by Ryan Le-Nguyen in what many experts see as a hate crime. A Michigan man allegedly shot his 6-year-old neighbor as the boy was retrieving his bike from the suspect’s front yard, a report said. Ryan Le-Nguyen was arrested and charged with assault instead of attempted murder.
Many neighbors in a related statement confirmed that Ryan-Le-Nguyen’s action was prompted by racism. Why he was not charged with hate crime remains a mystery and once again reminds African Americans that their lives do not matter in the eyes of the American justice system.
In Ypsilanti Township, Mich., a 6-year-old Black child was shot in the arm by his neighbor who reportedly was upset that the child’s bicycle was in his front yard. The neighbor, an Asian man, first allegedly threatened the boy with a sledgehammer after he went to retrieve his bike, then the man went inside his home and fired a shot through his front window striking the child. Now, the boy’s father understandably wants to know why a man who could have killed his child and is charged with assault with intent to murder is free on bond after spending only three days in jail.
“I’m trying to figure out he got a bond so low for trying to kill my kid,” Arnold Daniel told Fox 2 Detroit in regards to his son, Coby, being shot by 29-year-old Ryan Le-Nguyen, who was arrested by the Washtenaw County Sheriff and released Tuesday on a $10,000 bond.
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