Thursday 23 Nov 2017

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Remembering and Pushing For Justice

An organizer of this past weekend’s Justice Rally for Desconte Bryant has one word to describe the event: “Wow!”

Goldsboro High School Senior Rodney Robinson helped organize Saturday’s Justice Rally in honor of his slain classmate and friend.  Robinson says dozens showed up to pay tribute to Desconte Bryant, some recounting stories of the student whose life was tragically cut short.  Robinson and others are hopeful Saturday’s rally will inspire someone to come forward with information on Bryant’s murder.

18-year old Desconte Bryant of Goldsboro was found with a gunshot wound on the 400-block of Hollowell Street on May 28th.  He passed away from his injuries the following day at Vidant Medical Center in Greenville.

2 Comments

  1. Tired.as.hell says:

    The murderer/murderer’s were probably standing right in the middle of the crowd,holding the brightest candle……that’s how they do. I hope they catch the person/person’s responsible! !!! People need to stop being cowards and speak up if they know anything

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  2. B says:

    Hope the authorities lock these heinous scumbags up who took this young man’s life and throw away the key. People in the community need to stop being scared and do the right thing if they have info. I know it’s easier said than done. This senseless killing needs to stop. What has this society come to?

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