On Friday night, a black man in a “Justice for Breonna Taylor” shirt walked into a bar in Louisville owned by a retired police officer and indiscriminately shot three random people at point blank range.
On top of that, the black male was smiling from ear to ear as he was arrested for shooting and killing three random people at point blank range.
The 33-year-old murderer is Michael E. Rhynes Jr. He was arrested after midnight on Saturday when police found him crawling in brush near the restaurant. No one knows why he was there, but he could have been looking for another chance to shoot and kill.
Because of the fact that he was wearing a “Justice for Breonna Taylor” shirt, the media has ignored the story. This story would be making headlines on all news outlets if the mass shooter and murderer had been wearing a “Trump” shirt or a MAGA hat.
Breonna Taylor had become a martyr for the Black Lives Matter after she was killed by Louisville Police during a “knock and announce” drug raid, where her boyfriend had shot at police.
The bar in question is known as “Bungalow Joe’s Bar and Grill”, which is owned by retired police officer Joe Bishop.
According to him, no one in the bar had ever seen the guy before. He is convinced that it was a “totally random act”, especially because the deranged murderer did not exchange any words with anyone before shooting.
One of the victims was black, while the other two were white.
The victims who were pronounced dead at the scene were Toreon Jermaine Hudson, 26, and William Scott Smallwood, 48. Steven Matthew Head, the third victim, was rushed to the hospital, but unfortunately died from his injuries.
All three of the men worked together and were extremely well-liked by all his staff, according to Joe.
Smallwood was Joe’s good friend, and one victim was the fiance of the bar’s manager.
A GoFundMe was raised to help pay for the funeral expenses of the victims, with any extra to be used to help support the families’ living expenses.
Hudson, one of the victims, had left behind a young daughter. His family set up a separate GoFundMe to help pay for the funeral service and to support his daughter named Kaiya.
The joint GoFundMe has reached and gone over the goal of $30,000 and has now raised more than $45,000. No money can replace the lives of the victims, but any amount can help the families focus on the present.
Until now, the police have not announced the killer’s motivation for the murders.