Clarksville, Tennessee. Inside the United States a person can find themselves alive one minute and dead the next thanks to the intelligence level of those around you, as sadly one family did recently when “bounty hunters” mistook them for criminals in a store parking lot.
Seven American citizens known as “bounty hunters” who descended on the wrong car outside a Wal-Mart have been indicted on first degree murder charges in the killing of an unarmed man and the wounding of another, Tennessee police announced Wednesday.
Court charges were brought after a scene of feral insanity, where the “bounty hunters” chased the innocent citizens for seven miles in a car chase and then opened fire on four people who had not done anything wrong and are not wanted by the police.
Not one of the men in the car fired upon was wanted by police.
In fact, the Clarksville bounty hunters were looking for someone else, and there is no indication that any of the victims fired at the defendants or were even armed, police spokesman Jim Knoll said in an email.
Murdered in the unprovoked gunfire was 24-year-old Jalen Johnson, a father of three from Clarksville. His family called him an innocent man who died in an act of terrorizing violence.
The Montgomery County grand jury charged all seven men with first-degree felony murder, three counts of attempted second-degree murder, three counts of especially aggravated kidnapping, attempted especially aggravated kidnapping, four counts of aggravated assault, employing a firearm in commission of a dangerous felony and felony reckless endangerment, police said.