Wednesday at 8 p.m. as a suspect in the elevator stabbing of two children Mikayla Capers, 7, and Prince Joshua Avitto, 6 has an identitiy for this heinous crime. These children’s lives were stolen by a 27 Year Old demonic individual, by the name of Daniel St. Hubert.
Ths creature still is among the living,While these babies eyes are closed forever…
Daniel will have to not only endure the hurt and distaste of the public, but the revenge hits that may also accompany, the quest for justice.
We have witnessed too many trials leave us in turmoil a defeat. We don’t trust the Judicial System, and we are just left with a sense of unrest.
We put our trust in this corrupt system, but we shall not be blinded this time.
It is and mandatory that we recieve justice that these two children and their little hearts.
I can not imagine the embarrassment felt by Daniel St. Hubert’s family members and community leaders, for Daniel being a disgrace to this Earth.
Maybe one day he will hopefully one day be able to answer, “Why?”
What was on the killers mind that day?
What do you think Mikayla, and Daniel have planned that day?
Well, those little angels wanted Ice Cream and could have watched new Disney Movies if you would have let them live…
FIVE THINGS YOU STOLE FROM Mikayla and Prince Joshua
1. Prince Joshua never had a chance to be a King.
2. Mikayla never had chance to grow all her little teeth back, or get money from The Tooth Fairy.
3. Prince Joshua will never be able to hold hands with his girlfriend after Basketball Practice.
4. Mikayla will never be able to pick out the perfect dress, for her High School Prom or show off her wedding ring to her friends at work.
5. They never will have a College letter of Acceptance, thanks to you Daniel…
“This is a particularly heinous crime,” NYPD Commissioner William Bratton said. “Two young children in an elevator with no place to escape, nothing at all, and some character gets on and just starts stabbing them? … [Residents] have every right to be concerned.”
The New York Daily News reports that despite the New York City Housing Authority’s one-year-old allocation of $500,000 to place security cameras in the building, none were installed. The reason for the delay remains unclear.
“Even as recently as of March or April, they were still talking about where they were going to put the cameras,” said City Councilwoman Inez Barron, whose district includes Boulevard Houses. “It certainly is a tragedy that they were not in. Unfortunately, this incident occurred, but we hope that this is the spark to get it done immediately.”–BET National News