*Atlanta police have released a photo of the Black male suspect (scroll down to see) in the shooting death of 8-year-old Secoriea Turner on Saturday.
According to CNN, Turner was riding with her mother in the family car when gunshots ripped through their vehicle — fatally striking the child on July 4.
The car was shot up after “a group of individuals illegally placed barricades” in the parking lot the vehicle pulled into.
Police are now hoping a $20,000 reward will lead them to the man responsible for the little girl’s death.
Turner was shot near the Wendy’s where Rayshard Brooks was killed by police last month.
“You cant blame this on a police officer. You can’t say this about criminal justice reform,” Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said Sunday. “This is about some people carrying some weapons who shot up a car with an 8-year-old baby in the car for what?!?
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No words. He nailed it. This is a message from the parents of 8-year-old Secoriea Turner pic.twitter.com/rYzPl24jg5
— ✭ Wayne Dupree ✭ (@WayneDupreeShow) July 6, 2020
“Enough is enough,” Bottoms continued. “If you want people to take us seriously and you don’t want us to lose this movement, we can’t lose each other.”
In related news, Tyler Perry intends to pay for Secoriea’s funeral.
“I’m outraged today because I’d rather be paying for 8-year-old Secoriea Turner’s college than her funeral,” the entertainment mogul told People, adding “when does this end?”
Perry also made clear that he’s all about helping the most vulnerable, regardless of race.
“Who said that outrage has to choose a side?” he said. “When so many Black people like George Floyd and Rayshard Brooks were killed, I was outraged and did what I could to help their families.”
Last month, Perry also funded Brooks’ funeral.
“When a white police officer was shot in the head trying to stop a shoplifter in a suburb outside of Atlanta, I was outraged and I did what I could to help him and his family,” Perry continued.
“…When we are killing each other, including our innocent children, I am outraged,” Perry concludes. “It doesn’t matter what color wrong comes in, wrong is wrong.”