Chicago man who killed 8-year-old jumping rope: 'We didn't care. We let the whole .40 clip go'
A Chicago man that admitted to police he killed an 8-year-old jumping rope expressed his nonchalance for the murder to police saying,
“We didn’t care. We let the whole .40 clip go.”
17-year-old Steshawn Brisco is the first suspect arrested in connection with the murder of Tanaja Stokes who was jumping rope outside of her Chicago home when men rode by on bicycles and shot her and her cousin 7-year-old Ariana Jones in the head aiming for a group of nearby males.
Jones is still hospitalized from her injuries while Stokes was killed instantly.
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