Shooter Who Shot 17 People Was Released Early From Prison… For Murder
The gunman who opened fire on festival-goers before cops shot him dead was a gang member on early release from prison who had been convicted of MURDER!
The MSM has completely blacked out this story out. No AR-15, gang member, illegally possessed a weapon. So they don’t care about the lives of 17 people.
Here’s a great example of why stricter gun laws will never work.
“Wells was on early prison release for murder, as well as an additional sentence handed to him during incarceration for aiding Bloods gang actives in prison ” https://t.co/bx7n7zoI4m pic.twitter.com/7WKbAh3knG
— Deplorable News (@DeplorableNews) June 19, 2018
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A shooting in Trenton that left 22 injured on Sunday may have been prevented if one of the suspects wasn’t granted an early prison release for murder, and an additional sentence for racketeering during his incarceration.
Governor Phil Murphy just signed into legislation some of the strictest gun laws in the country and called for gun control laws at the federal level in the aftermath of the shooting.
However, he did not address 33-year-old shooter and suspected gang member, Tahaji Wells, early release from prison this February as a potential factor in the violence that left 17 of those injured with gun shot wounds at the Art All Night festival.
Wells was killed by police and a second suspect, Amir Armstrong, 23, remained hospitalized in stable condition, while an unidentified third suspect is in critical condition, according to CBS Philly.
Of the 22 people injured, 17 of those suffered gun shot wounds. One of the victims is a 13-year-old boy who was originally listed in critical condition, but has since been upgraded to stable.
Wells was 17 when he was sentenced to 18-years behind bars in 2004 for the fatal shooting of a 22-year-old Robert McNair over a dispute over who should drive a car to a bar. More