On Christmas Eve Michelle Avila Robles, age 13 and Katherine Roxana Lopez Cruz, age 16 were murdered in east Charlotte. No arrests have been made, no statement made from Charlotte Mayor or Charlotte City Council.
Vi Lyles endless silence on violent crime in Charlotte is stunning.
In Atlanta over the holiday weekend the city's mayor Keisha Bottoms meet with family members and then press four times. Atlanta's homicides number 158 versus Charlotte's 122.
Is there some magic number that Vi Lyles is waiting for? 150? 160? Before she speaks up and addresses violent crime in our once low crime rate city?
The surge in crime in Charlotte is directly related to Mayor Lyles soft of criminal and no bail polices. The Mayor along with Charlotte City Council, the Police, the Mecklenburg County DA and Judges have failed to protect us and our children.
The cost is 12 lives of Children, 12 kids under the age of 18. What does it take for VI Lyles to condemn the endless violence and the inability of the DA and the Courts to protect the citizens of Charlotte?
Vi Lyles remains MIA despite the murder of two teenaged girls on Christmas Eve.
Her silence is unexplainable, perhaps Latino lives don't matter? Perhaps kids lives don't matter?
Less than one year from now we will elect a mayor for Charlotte a District Attorney and members of Charlotte City Council and the ever increasing violence and deaths of these Children should be reason enough to vote them all out of office.
Democrats and their liberal defund the police polices have failed in Detroit, Chicago, Baltimore, Washington, Seattle, and Portland, and the have failed here in Charlotte.
Joshua Clawson, age 16
Yahir Valdez, age 17
Vontairius Antonio Doster, age 16
Cory Jermaine McKinney, age 17
Amani Barringer, age 5
Ruben Contreras, age 16
Katherine Roxana Lopez Cruz, age 16