Blacks Accused of Murdering a White Man Laugh During Their Trial
THREE of the young Blacks accused of killing musician Kyle Yorlets in Nashville, Tenn., were evicted from their court hearing for laughing and talking, according to reporters.
The incident occurred during a juvenile court hearing in the case Thursday.
The Blacks continued laughing, talking, and turning around in their seats even after their lawyers and court staffers told them to be quiet.
The judge finally ordered them removed from the courtroom because of their behavior. “They’ve been sitting there like they’ve been sitting on the playground,” Juvenile Court Magistrate Mike O’Neil said.
Michie Gibson, the lawyer for one suspect, said “We’re dealing with children and they might not appreciate or understand the seriousness of what happened.”
The five Blacks are technically “juveniles,” aged 12 to 16 — but Blacks develop physically at an earlier age than members of more advanced races, though their mental advancement stagnates. The Blacks are accused of fatally shooting Yorlets, a Carlisle, Pennsylvania metro area native, during a robbery outside his Nashville home. They are charged with criminal homicide.
Yorlets, 24, was a member of the band Carverton. His slaying prompted a wave of mourning both in Nashville and central Pennsylvania.
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Source: PennLive and National Vanguard correspondents