Source: Jose Nino
Veronica Lee Baker was set to enter college earlier this week.
Now, her prospects came to a crashing halt after she was murdered in the parking lot of a Bojangles’ fast food chain in Raleigh, North Carolina.
The 17-year-old was attacked by four black teenagers. One of the perpetrators was also 17 and not named as a result. The unnamed 17-year-old allegedly pulled the trigger in this murder case.
The Nationalist Review reported that “Keyshara Michelle Deans, 19, Nezyiha Zamir Collins, 19, and Tyreek Qumay Rogers, 18, were all charged with accessory after the fact.”
When police arrived at the murder scene, they found Baker dead in the front seat of her car, with her car engine running, lights on, and door open.
WRAL, an NBC affiliate, was able to reach out to the parents of Baker.
“She didn’t deserve to get shot and killed and left in a parking lot,” remarked Jim Baker, the slain girl’s father. The mother, Laura Baker, spoke to the NBC affiliate before the charges were announced. She put a particular emphasis on the future that was taken away from her daughter.
“She was my baby. She was my baby who had a future. She had such big, big plans for her future…My daughter would never hurt anybody. She didn’t have a fighting chance in this. She was a good girl; she has the biggest heart,” Laura Baker said.
So far, the Bakers speculate that their daughter was a robbery victim. Raleigh law enforcement has not released any additional information about the motive behind this murder.
A Bojangles’ employee discovered Baker’s body and called the police.
Readers can listen to the audio of the phorone call below.
Although NBC and ABC had regional affiliates who covered this story, they did not even bother to cover the story on their national websites. The Nationalist Review noticed an over-arching trend taking place: “A similar chain of events followed the execution of 5-year-old Cannon Hinnant, whose story was only covered by CNN after the hashtag “Say His Name” trended nationwide for a full day. Hinnant’s murder also took place in North Carolina.”
The media is clearly pushing an anti-white narrative and will willfully ignore cases that go against its anti-white reporting agenda.
Murder, no matter who it’s committed by, is a heinous action.
If the media had actual integrity, it would have given this case more coverage.
One could only imagine what the coverage of this case would be like if the roles were reversed.