Need to kill this one and end the threat to decent society.
Kill his parents and siblings too. Defectives should not have
the right to breed.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — A 15-year-old boy is accused of
forcing a South Florida real estate agent to drive to an ATM and
withdraw cash before fatally shooting him last month.
Henry Lee Lewis III was arrested Friday while in custody on an
unrelated case and charged with second-degree murder and
robbery. The Broward State Attorney’s Office announced Tuesday
they are charging him as an adult in the Feb. 1 killing of
Stefano Barbosa, 37.
Stefano had just obtained signatures from a customer that
afternoon when the teen approached him with a gun. Prosecutors
said Lewis III forced Barbosa to drive to a Bank of America
machine and make two withdrawals of $500.
Lewis III then shot him in the chest as he drove, news outlets
reported. The car crashed through a fence and hit a tree. The
Lewis III turned 15 in December. His criminal record shows he
had already been arrested on charges of battery on a person 65
or older; battery on a law enforcement officer; aggravated
battery on a school employee; interfering with school functions;
threatening a public servant or family; criminal mischief
involving religious articles in a church, synagogue or mosque;
gambling for money; obstruction; and driving without a valid
“This young person’s issues are so significant that they require
treatment, help, and services beyond what the juvenile justice
system can provide at this time,” Broward State Attorney Harold
F. Pryor said in a statement.
On Saturday, while making a first appearance before a judge in
adult court, Lewis III appeared to have difficulty understanding
what was happening, the South Florida SunSentinel reported.
“Uh, I don’t understand ... what the big words are,” he told
Broward Judge John Murphy.
“I know it says you’re 15 years old, but you’ve been charged as
an adult with a first count of murder while engaged in a (second
count of) ... robbery with a firearm,” Murphy explained, adding
that he would not be released on bond.
Fort Lauderdale police identified the teen through surveillance
videos from the neighborhood and the bank. They showed the
photos to people in the area, who recognized him.
According to police, the teen was a student at Cross Creek
School in Pompano Beach, which is a school for children with
severe emotional and behavioral disorders. Three staffers at the
school also identified the teen from the photos.