The statement of a Brooklyn teenager accused of killing an innocent passenger on a bus in March has been released, and it's sad.
Fourteen-year-old Kahton Anderson, charged with second-degree murder for killing 39-year-old Angel Rojas on March 20, appeared in court yesterday where he pleaded not guilty. The statement he offered police immediately following Rojas' murder is so dark, it's depressing:
Who did I hit? Was it a rival or an innocent man? Why didn't I just go home? They came at me on the bus, and I was scared. Yo am I gonna do life for this? It's my brother's gun. It's war out here, so niggas gotta carry guns. Oh man I'm fucked man, that n**** Jayquan man. Every time I'm with this n****.
It's reminiscent of when Poot told Bodie "World goin' one way, people another" during the fourth season of The Wire. Anderson has been charged as an adult and faces life in prison if convicted.
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