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21 Year Old BT-Lemem Hunnit Leaves 2 Kids With Brand New Boyfriend & Toddler End Up Dead! (Video)

21 Year Old BT-Lemem Hunnit Leaves 2 Kids With Brand New Boyfriend & Toddler End Up Dead! (Video)

by September 28, 2017 0 comments

Not A-Damn-Gin!!!

By: Tommy “Tj” Sotomayor

Yet another black kid is now dead because of the direct neglectful acts of their black mothers!  People love to talk crap about me but never address these issues that I speak of!

Alabama must be the state where black women kill their kids or put them in the hands of the killers of their kids because this is the 3rd story this week.  This story has a mother of 2 leaving her 2 kids home with a man that she has only known for a few months only to come home and find her 17 month old child…. DEAD!

The Tuesday death of a young Birmingham girl has now been ruled a homicide.

Ta’Leah Nicole Alexander-Burke died Tuesday. Jefferson County Chief Deputy Coroner Bill Yates on Thursday said Ta’Leah died from blunt force trauma.

The 18-month-old girl was taken unresponsive to Children’s of Alabama late Tuesday afternoon. The girl’s mother told officers she left the child with her boyfriend while she ran to the store and arrived home to find her daughter unresponsive.

Police and firefighters were dispatched to Tempest Drive. They arrived to find the mother running down the street with Ta’Leah in her arms yelling for help. From there, the child was taken by ambulance to Children’s, where she was pronounced dead at 4:25 p.m.

Several adults were taken to police headquarters for questioning in connection with the death. Ta’Leah’s mother declined to comment except to say that she was a good mother to the girl and her older sister.

Police have not yet announced any charges in the case.

According to the local ABC affiliate, a neighbor had recently warned the mother of the murdered child that something was wrong. But the neighbor said the child’s mother did not seem to heed the warning.

“When somebody warns you, you need to look. You need to pay attention,” the neighbor said.

On Thursday, the Jefferson County coroner ruled the death a homicide by blunt force trauma. The police investigation into the death continues.

Ta”Leah is Birmingham’s 76th homicide victim this year. Of those, at least five have been ruled justifiable and are not deemed criminal. There have been114 in all of Jefferson County, including the 76 in Birmingham.

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