The police department in Kansas City, Missouri held an awards ceremony Thursday to honor Jason Smith, a 10-year-old boy who saved his brother's life during a horrible home break-in that left his mother and grandmother dead, Fox 4 News Kansas City reports.
Young shot the boys' grandmother while she was holding Zion in her arms, and then turned to find their mother, 36-year-old Naushay Riley. The boys' uncle Robert Hauer explained what happened next.
"That's when [Smith] moved [his grandmother's] leg from under Zion, kissed her, took her cell phone, got his bother and put him on his back," Robert Hauer told KMBC News. "He went to the first door (for help) and they didn't even open it. But he kept going. He kept going, then someone did open the door. That's heroic stuff."
"I saw my Dad get shot and I didn't want [my brother] to go through the same situation I did. I didn't want him to see his dad shooting my mom and his mom so I decided to get him out of the house,"
Brave boy indeed. Unfortunately, this happens a lot. I am happily surprised they didn't shoot the kids.
Where are Jackson and Sharpton?? It's a rhetorical. They only show up when a white guy is involved. They should focus more on their own race taking down the blacks in a violent way.