Suspected Child-Killer Yells Black Lives Matter Slogan during Arrest

The Florida man arrested for murdering three people, including a 9-year-old child, repeatedly yelled out a Black Lives Matter slogan during his arrest.

When 19-year-old Keith Moses was arrested by police, he was yelling “I can’t breathe” as he was handcuffed.

Moses allegedly shot his acquaintance Nathacha Augustin, 38, in Orlando as they sat in a car.

A few hours later, Florida photographer Jesse Walden and Spectrum News 13 TV reporter Dylan Lyons were reporting from the crime scene.

Moses returned to the scene and allegedly shot 24-year-old Lyons to death and wounded Walden.

Lyons and Walden were in an unmarked news vehicle on Wednesday when they were approached by the gunman.

Moses then went to the home of 9-year-old T’yonna Major and her mother.

He then allegedly shot the young girl to death and wounded her mother.

During the arrest, video shows Moses refusing commands to get on the ground before deputies tackled him.

“They’re killing me! They’re killing me!” Moses shouted as deputies placed him in handcuffs.

“I can’t breathe! I can’t breathe!”

“I can’t breathe!” was a slogan associated with the violent Black Lives Matter riots.

The phrase originated with Eric Garner, who died in 2014 after a confrontation with a New York City police officer.

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George Floyd also uttered the phrase more than a dozen times while he was being subdued by a Minneapolis police officer in 2020.

According to Orange County Sheriff John Mina, the deputies seized a Glock semiautomatic weapon from Moses that “was still hot to the touch, meaning it had just been fired, and there were no more rounds.”

Police said Moses later attacked hospital staff and pretended to be asleep to avoid being interviewed by police.

“I turn around because I’m like, ‘Oh, there must be a drive-by shooting going on.’ I see he’s shooting at me,” Walden said from the hospital.

“I assumed he was shooting at a house or something behind me and I just happened to catch a bullet.

“But he kept shooting at me.”

Walden said his slain co-worker was dedicated to journalism and justice.

“Dylan was a very, very wholesome person,” Walden said.

“Like, he had a great sense of humor too.

“He had a very strong sense of justice.

“He would really want everyone to follow the rules when it came to people with power.”

“Dylan was a reporter I worked with every day,” Walden continued.

“We were best friends. He was just a sweet guy.

“He was young and he loved trying hard.

“That’s what we like to do. We like to push the boundaries.

“We like to get our hands dirty,” Walden added.

“It’s just unprovoked, senseless, random violence that no one could’ve saw coming.”

The deaths left the victims’ loved ones shattered.

“Senseless violence has taken the life of my little girl, T’yonna Major,” the little child’s father wrote.

“She was a light to everyone that knew her.

“She was everything to us.

“She was a great student at the top of her 3rd-grade class and reading at a 5th-grade level.

“She was outgoing as well as an amazing gymnast.

“As her teachers would say, ‘The next Gabby Douglas.’”

Lyons’ fiancée, Casey Lynn, wrote, “The love of my life was murdered.

“I will never be the same again.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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