Saturday, September 14, 2013

Sure sounds like an attack on a "white Hispanic" by one of Saint Trayvon's followers

17-Year-Old Arrested For Murder Of Man Captured On Surveillance Tape

Suspect Jamal Jackson (Source: Miami-Dade Police)
Suspect Jamal Jackson (Source: Miami-Dade Police)

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – An Opa-Locka teenager is being held without bond after a court hearing and after Miami-Dade Police arrested him for shooting and killing a 71-year-old man.
As first reported first reported by the blogRandom Pixels, Miami-Dade Police have identified the suspect who fatally shot Miguel Pilotos as 17-year-old Jamal Jackson.

The chilling crime was captured on surveillance tape at 4 p.m. on August 21st outside the Top Value Supermarket in Opa-Locka.
Miami-Dade Police spokesman Javier Baez told CBS4’s Peter D’Oench that the arrest of Jackson on Thursday afternoon followed a tip to Miami-Dade Crimestoppers.
Miguel Pilotos (Source: PIlotos Family)
Miguel Pilotos (Source: PIlotos Family)
The victim’s widow told D’Oench that she is distraught about the loss of her husband but she is grateful that Miami-Dade Police made an arrest.
“Now I feel free. I give a lot of thanks,” said Aleida Pilotos, who said she and her husband had been married for 25 years and had come to the U.S. from Cuba 19 years ago.
“I am very nervous. I didn’t this incident would happen this way. He was just 17 and he could have done things with his life. It is a disgrace. We are all very sad for the loss. He’s a human being who didn’t deserve this, “ she said.
“He was just going to get groceries,” said Aleida Pilotos. “We need to make justice. This can not be compared. My heart is suffering. I have lost my love. He didn’t deserve to die like that. I’m devastated. What I know is that in this country there is justice.”
“My husband was a hard-working man,” she said.
Roberto Pilotos and Aleida Pilotos had pleaded for the public’s help at a news conference at Miami-Dade Police headquarters on September 5th.
On Friday, Roberto Pilotos told D’Oench, “We want to say thank you to the community for the help in the arrest of that man that killed him and thank you to the news and to the police.” Aleida Pilotos said her her husband had less than $20 with him.

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