*Straight on the heels of the outrageous mistrial of Michael Dunn, the white man who shot nine bullets into an SUV and killed African American teen, Jordan Davis with claims the music coming out of the vehicle he was in was “too loud,” comes the case of 48-year old Willie Noble, an African American man charged with 1st-degree murder, committing a terrorist act, and five counts of aggravated assault after allegedly shooting into a car full of teenagers early Saturday morning, and killing Adrian Broadway, an African American teen .
The outcome of Noble’s case may present a front-row opportunity to witness how the justice system in America really works.
Broadway, 15, was one of seven teenagers who allegedly drove to Noble’s home and pummeled his car with leaves, eggs and mayonnaise. No reason for this alleged attack is given at this time.
According to witnesses, Noble came outside and fired on the car, which was full of teens, as it was driven away. One bullet struck Broadway in the head. She was pronounced dead at Little Rock’s Children’s Hospital.
The Kum & Go gas station on Baseline Road is where the Little Rock Police were called to, to witness the aftermath of the shooting shortly before 1:00 a.m.
There they witnessed the vehicle’s driver’s side window was shattered, with a bullet hole near the door handle.
Dshone Nelson, identified as the 18-year-old driver, had minor lacerations to his hands from the broken glass.
The age distribution of the seven teens in the car are said to be 14, 15, 18 and 17.
In the Michael Dunn case, a jury deadlocked on whether or not Davis’ death was premeditated, so the first-degree murder charge ended in mistrial.
Florida state special prosecutor Angela Corey, who also served as special prosecutor in the George Zimmerman trial, has stated that her office will seek a retrial in Dunn’s first-degree murder charge.
See news report on this latest case below: