The story as reported on MyFOXDFW.com:
Cousins James Broadnax and Demarius Dwight Cummings, both 19, face capital murder charges in the deaths of singer Matthew Butler, a father of two, and Stephen Swan, his employee, outside Butler's Christian recording studio, Zion Gate Records in Garland, Texas.Read the entire article about Broadnax murders here.
Broadnax and Cummings, speaking to MyFOXDFW.com from the Dallas County Jail, told the station of their plans to rob somebody the night of June 18. They traveled by train from Dallas to the suburb of Garland because "that's where all the rich white folks stay at," Broadnax said.
After the men were shot, Cummings said he took car keys and a wallet from Swan, but the wallet contained only $2. Authorities caught up with Broadnax and Cummings on June 20 in Texarkana in one of the victims' vehicles.
plez sez: perhaps one of the most horrific interviews that i've ever seen. it was difficult to watch such a young man with absolutely NOTHING to live for. it is quite possible that no one ever told him that they loved him, never gave him a hug, never congratulated him for a job well done.
there is nothing the government can do. this is a failure of the Black community to nurture and properly raise its young. it takes a village to raise a child. what happened to this boy's village?!?
broadnax asked for the death penalty, "i ain't got 'nothing to live for... i don't know why i was born!"