The family of a 12-year-old auto theft suspect who was shot and killed by the vehicle owner say the man should face criminal charges.

The first line of the original article says: “A 12-year-old car theft suspect died of a gunshot wound after being confronted by the vehicle’s owner, according to the Denver Police Department.” It would be more accurate to say “12 year old shot and killed while attempting to murder the owner of the vehicle whose car he was stealing.”

The vehicle owner tracked the vehicle using an app. When he approached the vehicle, the occupants began shooting at him. The owner of the vehicle returned fire. The vehicle drove away and wrecked a short distance away. The police found the wrecked vehicle with a driver inside who was suffering from a gunshot wound. The other occupants of the vehicle ran off from before officers arrived. The wounded driver died at the hospital and was identified as 12 year old Elias Armstrong.

How did I know?

The Denver District Attorney’s Office decided to not file charges against the vehicle owner.

The family acknowledges Elias was caught up with the wrong crowd that day, but does not believe he should have been killed. “Even though they were joy riding, it was never that serious for somebody to have to lose their life or for [the car owner] to track down the car the way he did,” said Alicia Henderson, Elias’ sister.

He committed an armed burglary, illegally carrying a concealed weapon, attempted murder, armed robbery, grand theft auto, carjacking, and multiple other violent felonies. To minimize these crimes as harmless and call them “joyriding” is bullshit. The same kid has been in the Denver news more than once.

Said Henderson: “I’ll never get over this, I’ll never stop fighting for it until something is done about it. That doesn’t necessarily have to be a murder charge. However, manslaughter still comes into play because [Elias] was a child. The use of unnecessary force was present at the time and it wasn’t right.”

Unnecessary force? This little felon had a gun and shot at the legitimate owner of the vehicle. Just what level of force was necessary? Look at the little hoodlum’s picture that the family has put on a Tshirt.

Many of the articles say he was “involved in an exchange of gunfire” which is a rather odd way to phrase “he was trying to kill the law abiding, legitimate owner of the vehicle when the citizen did society a favor by removing his criminal, thieving black ass from the gene pool.”

The family has, of course, set up a petition. The opening paragraph is grounds for a lawsuit for defamation, in my opinion.

On February 5th 2023, 12 year old Elias Armstrong was inside a stolen vehicle when the owner tracked the vehicle down using an App. The vigilante then took it upon himself to run toward the vehicle and shoot inside 15 times, ambushing the 3 occupants. Elias drove a few blocks away before he succumbs to multiple bullet wounds.

Hey, if Trump can lose millions for defamation for saying “I didn’t rape that woman, I don’t even know who she is,” then this certainly is a winner. The last paragraph is right out of the Trayvon playbook:

Denver Police told the Elias’ family that the shooter was on the phone with them for 20 minutes prior, and he was told NOT to pursue the stolen vehicle. The angry man decided to take justice in his own hands. We need him to be held accountable for HIS actions, and District Attorney Beth McCann needs to charge him for this crime that HE committed.

People are sick of the criminals, and they are sick of the fact that the cops aren’t doing shit. However, the shooting wasn’t vigilante justice. That little armed piece of shit tried to kill a man, and he came in second in a gunfight. I hope that little asshole burns in hell.

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dc · May 20, 2023 at 1:23 pm

I think that many of the folks who live in combat zones are fully believing the bullshit of -innocent until proven guilty-. That means you can go out and commit crimes and be totally innocent (fo reelz!) unless you are caught, go through months of trials and finally sent to prison. You didn’t do nuthin! It’s a frustrating time where we as a people are expected to believe that lies are indeed TRUTH.

    Toastrider · May 20, 2023 at 2:35 pm

    They forget that ‘innocent until proven guilty’ has a bit there at the end: ‘in a court of law’.

    That means the presumption of innocence during a trial rests with the defendant, and it is the state’s duty to prove otherwise (yes, I know, there are problems. But this is how it’s supposed to work).

    A theory I have heard bandied around is that certain persons have no continuity of self. Which is to say, if you arrest them for something they did fifteen minutes ago, they will be flabbergasted because they simply aren’t the same as that fifteen-minutes-ago person.

    Needless to say, this is not the kind of person I want to share a society with.

      Big Ruckus D · May 20, 2023 at 8:11 pm

      More like the sort of people we cannot share a planet with. No functional, well ordered and civilized society can survive with any such persons existing in large numbers anywhere they can exert influence and screw things up.

      And they do exist, in positively huge quantities now. Which, along with those in complete denial of reality, are the fundamental basis of the cess pool we now find ourselves treading water in. It cannot improve until their undue influence is eliminated. For starters, that means no baby mommas crying on the 10pm news next to al sharpton and ben crump about their gud boi who dindunuffin, when he clearly didusumtin that rightly got hisself fuck’dup.

      But for those two pains in the ass, justice would be swift and definitive without constant bitching and moaning about carve outs and exceptions being made for a member of a favored tribe, and we wouldn’t have created a monster crop of civilization destroying parasites that are now consuming us. The bullshit ideals of tolerance and “reformed” justice that have taken hold has been ruinously dyscivic and dysgenic.

      As always, the salient question is “what is any one of us prepared to do about it?” I have my thoughts (the bulk of which are embargoed from public recitation for…reasons) and I’m sure others have their own. Tick…tick…tick.

        Joe Blow · May 21, 2023 at 6:40 am

        You and me both Big Ruckus D.
        I have hope. My daughter has friends in school who are ‘different’ and she tries to support them. We talked about it a few times, and she is starting to see/understand now. The problem is that side (whatever you want to call it) is willing to ignore reality to fit their desires. This manifests in lots of ways (boys can menstruate, Ukraine is winning!) However at the end of the day, Newton is a stone cold bitch. Reality cannot and will not, be denied. You can cover it up, push it around, and try to hide it… but the laws of thermodynamics are inviolate, no matter how hard you wish.
        E.g. their phake and ghey world WILL come crashing down around them in a spectacular nature! Stand back, get out of the way, momentum and all (Newton is a bitch) Remember the bridge collapse at that university in Fla? Diversify your gravity calculations dipshits.
        You can see the cracks starting… John Galt is getting stronger, and more cracks keep appearing, and nobody else knows how to fix them… but where is John? He’s not coming to fix whats broken? What do you mean?
        You’re gonna need lots of ammo.

Paulb · May 20, 2023 at 1:29 pm

Another win for team Heads-On-Pikes.
Anytime we can educate the criminal class that the police are mostly there to protect criminals from the public, I see that as a win.
I can’t help but think that this is just outrage porn grist for clicks, though. Everyone knows the mother deserves to be sent home via trebuchet and should never have been given a soapbox. Perhaps the ghouls in the media need to be sent home via trebuchet as well.

wojtek · May 20, 2023 at 1:56 pm

As Tim Scott is saying in his latest video, everyone now is raised to be a victim. That must obviously include criminals. Criminals are victims. So that upside down logic makes victims into criminals, I guess.

    Anonymous · May 22, 2023 at 3:56 am

    Tim Scott? The squish who kneeled for St. George Floyd of Fentanyl, back when mobs of Democrats were torching American cities in 2020? That Tim Scott?

      wojtek · May 22, 2023 at 9:24 am

      It never ceases to surprise me that people would focus on who said something instead of whether what was said was true or not.

Wayfarer · May 20, 2023 at 2:28 pm

Yea, that was back in the winter and the future NASA math master had been a runaway for awhile so it wasn’t his first rodeo.
Denver is the capital of car theft now with over 100 per day and it is the HQ of Dominion/SmartMatic.
The globalist maggots intend to make it some capital of their evil empire.
Thankful for being able to visit several times but won’t ever be returning.
Colorado Springs is fundamentally transforming as well even with all the military bases and being almost 100 miles south of the glorious peoples republic of Denver.

dave in pa. · May 20, 2023 at 3:19 pm

it doesn’t matter how old the person is once they pick up a gun and try to do bad things. kind of like the child soldiers. once you pick a gun up and start forcing YOUR will on others. all bets are off. but let me guess, he was turning his life around ?
yeah, right. if he doing shit like this at 12, what is he going to be doing at 20 if he lived that long ?

Matthew · May 20, 2023 at 3:28 pm

The family is outright lying about the circumstances in every single quote and comment.

Cue the GoFundMe account, candlelight vigil and press conferences with Al Sharpton and that Crump shyster in 3, 2, 1…

Gryphon · May 20, 2023 at 3:43 pm

Good Work by that Citizen – got it before it was able to Spawn.

    Joe Blow · May 21, 2023 at 6:42 am

    You assume that he got it before it spawned….

BobF · May 20, 2023 at 5:53 pm

As usual, the mommas and family ignore the fact that terminal ballistics have nothing to do with the age of the shooter. Amazing how many pseudo-victims can be created by one incident.

Xzebek · May 20, 2023 at 8:07 pm

Another feral chimps taken out before he can rack up more crimes.
Give the guy who took him out a medal.

Grumpy51 · May 20, 2023 at 8:53 pm

While I don’t mind family grieving the death of a child (however old), I find myself thinking anyone who supports the child should face charges (conspiracy?? Delinquency??) or just be removed from society.

If family can’t understand the criminality of actions, then they shouldn’t be able to participate in the benefits of society.

Yeah, I’m done.

    Joe Blow · May 21, 2023 at 6:46 am

    The kid was on a crime spree.
    Sorry, you have no defense! He wasn’t watching cartoons eating cheerios in the living room. He was in the act of 3 or 4 felonies.
    Someone needs to tell this woman to shut up and sit down before she gets sued by the shooter for his near death experience and the cost of ammo to defend himself against her criminal minor child.
    Fuckers think they can skew the criminal system by going to the civil courts? 2 can play that game. Garnish her welfare check to pay his lawyer!

Aesop · May 20, 2023 at 10:52 pm

Any family of the decedent that opens their mouths like this after the initial 72 hours of morning should be declared legally eligible to be shot on sight by anyone who so desires, such shooting(s) to be declared a civic service eligible for a commendation.

If it keeps coming up until the entire genetic line is wiped out, so be it.

Stamp this horseshit out with fire.

Rex Kramer, Dangerseeker, could not be reached for comment, but we know what his response would be.

As it is, we are awarding the next FAFO Medal with gold star device to little criminal decedent Elias Armstrong.
That is justice being served.

Michael · May 21, 2023 at 7:57 am

Lottery ticket for the family, supporters and race baiters.

Prove me wrong, my table is over there with the coffee pot on it.

Also accomplishes the demoralizing effect that self-defense or defense of property isn’t a “RIGHT” anymore as they sue this poor soul IN PUBLIC for max effect on the rest of us “Deplorables”.

Soon enough we will call today with all its troubles “The Good Old Days”.

PSA Don’t say anything on the Open Channel like this site that you would not say before a Judge and Jury. Rittenhouse’s social media WAS in the Courts trying to “Prove” he was intending to DO SOMETHING.

Jon · May 21, 2023 at 8:11 am

The media is complicit, perpetuating the assertions of the family and their “community” that he was somehow a victim.
Same here from Atlanta’s WSB news:

The headline implies victim, but the story indicates otherwise.

If you dig back to the original report in 2022:
APD said the officer who responded to an unruly customer call used a Taser stun gun on the man, who was a former employee of the restaurant, but it had no effect. The man then tried to run.
Police said that was when the man got his own gun and shot a security guard.
The APD officer shot and killed the suspect near the front of the restaurant.

But our assailant is now the victim because mental health issues or something…..

WDS · May 21, 2023 at 9:29 am

“The family acknowledges Elias was caught up with the wrong crowd that day, but does not believe he should have been killed.”

Yet no mention of anything his DNA donors tried to change Elias’ behaviors.

I imagine if he had killed someone they would’ve had an excuse ready for why he shouldn’t be in prison too.

Don Curton · May 21, 2023 at 4:49 pm

I’ve heard cops directly state to me “you have insurance, use it” while they straight up refuse to do their job. WTF do you think will happen when people have enough of that?

If the 911 operator is just going tell me to NOT go do what needs to be done, why call 911 at all. Hell, defund the po-po, all of it.

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