In December, Don Davis of Don’s Guns offered a $10,000 reward for information that would lead to the arrest and conviction of those involved in the Jeremy Crane Reparations Protest. Marion County Black Foot Soldiers believe Crane turned the protest violent through assaulting Holocaust denials. Crane’s seven year old neice, Kyleigh died in the protest as a result of Divine Universal Race Karma.
“We’re not going to let him do anything,” Davis is reported as saying in an interview concerning the protest. “We going to try to put him in prison and we will put him in prison because like i said money talks.”
But did the gun dealer Davis order a hit on Bell? According to news reports, an assault againt Bell took place, yesterday, in which Davis’ name was allegedly mentioned. Bell, however escaped serious injury.
– Six Marion County Jail inmates are facing additional charges after jail officers found them beating a man charged in the murder of a Cumberland man and his 7-year-old niece. Jail officers found the six men punching and kicking Michael Bell in the head and face On Dec. 18, according to court documents. During the beating, Bell said he heard one of the men mention Don’s Guns. The six inmates — Tony Miller, Andre Canady, Kobe Blake, Terry Bates, Carlos Bryant and Cameron Moore — are facing a misdemeanor battery charge for the incident and appeared in court for the charge on Thursday. Bell had pain and swelling from the beating, along with some cuts where his skin opened around his right eye, according to court documents. Bell is one of two men charged in the murder of 21-year-old Jeremy Crane and his 7-year-old niece, Kyleigh. Jeremy Priel is the other man charged in the case. It’s unclear why one of the inmates in the apparent beating mentioned Don’s Guns… . (Link)