Video of Carlisha Hood and Son – Death of Jeremy Brown at West Pullman Restaurant Chicago (Watch full video).
The viral video of 35-year-old Carlisha Hood’s altercation with a man, which was followed by her son shooting the same man, sparked a discussion about who was at fault. On Sunday, June 18, the event took place inside Maxwell Street Express, a restaurant on Chicago’s Far South Side.
Currently, Carlisha and her 14-year-old son are charged in connection with the fatal shooting. Hood and his son were both charged with first-degree murder, but Chicago police also charged Hood with coercing a minor to kill someone.
Prosecutors say Hood and another man engaged in a verbal altercation inside the restaurant and the other man then punched Hood repeatedly. Hood’s kid was prompted by this to grab his mother’s gun and shoot the man. Three shots were fired at the individual, who died later that night.
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Some customers posted a video of the argument in the restaurant’s queue on Twitter. A user using the @HelloKennedi handle shared the video in which the man, identified as Jeremy Brown, is seen punching Hood before a shot is fired. The commentator felt that the man had obtained justice.
A few individuals stood up for Carlisha and her son while others exposed them for abetting and carrying out murder. Many said the 14-year-old simply shot the man in self-defense and to defend his mother. Others, meanwhile, chastised Hood for telling his young boy to shoot and commit a crime.
Others thought the mother should not have persisted in her argument with the stranger who ultimately inspired her son to murder. The crime, they say, could have been avoided.
Watch the full video below;
TRIGGER WARNING: A few days ago in Chicago, a mother and her 14-year-old son were arrested for murder. The 14-year-old girl pulled her gun from the car and shot the man after he brutally assaulted her mother. It sparked a major conversation about who was wrong. Thoughts? pic.twitter.com/kmFizrPJRI
— Ja’Mal Green (@JaymalGreen) June 25, 2023