Parents Claim Black Lives Matter Pushed Their Kids Into Attack On Cops


(From: The par­ents of two teens arrest­ed in a sniper attack on Colum­bia, (PA) police are blam­ing Black Lives Mat­ter for goad­ing peo­ple like their dim-wit­ted sons into a war on police.

The par­ents of two boys who are behind bars after they opened fire on a group of police offi­cers have blamed blam­ing Black Lives Mat­ter for the teenagers’ actions.

Mar­quell Rentas, 17, and and his cousin Tren­ton Nace, 18, were arrest­ed on Fri­day after offi­cers in the bor­ough of Colum­bia, Penn­syl­va­nia came under fire for 45 min­utes when they respond­ed to an emer­gency call from some­one who said that had heard gun­shots.

No offi­cers were shot or injured in the attack.

Police were able to even­tu­al­ly gain access to the house and arrest the teenagers, with court papers claim­ing that Mar­quell told the men: ‘I’m the one who did it, I’m the one who shot. My cousin didn’t do it.’

He lat­er said while being loaded into a police cruis­er: ‘I ain’t no p***y, I was shoot­ing at you. F*** you, police.’

Now, Marquell’s moth­er and Trenton’s father are both say­ing in sep­a­rate inter­views that this is the fault of a move­ment that they claim wants peo­ple to  hurt law enforce­ment offi­cials.

They are in jail for doing what Black Lives Mat­ter want­ed them to do: shoot at cops,’ said Marquell’s moth­er Luz Rentas and Trenton’s father Rober­to Rentas in a joint state­ment.

The truth is that these are two punk kids fol­low­ing the orders of an irre­spon­si­ble orga­ni­za­tion and now they’re gonna pay for it.’

Black Lives Mat­ter orga­niz­ers are attempt­ing to down­play the claims of the par­ents, but are run­ning into to indis­putable fact that their ral­lies and protests have a long his­to­ry of pro­nounced and heav­i­ly doc­u­ment­ed ani­mos­i­ty towards law enforce­ment.

Chants of “pigs in a blan­ket, fry them like bacon” and “dead cops now” have per­me­at­ed the move­ment from its found­ing and still con­tin­ue today.


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