Jamall Killings, the black male who was heard on a 911 call claiming to have murdered a White man in broad daylight on a street in Cincinnati two weeks ago, has now claimed that another black man whom he named actually pulled the trigger in the racial lynching. According to the Hamilton County Prosecutor, Killings has accused Deonte Baber of being the murderer. Both men have been charged in the hate crime, and Killings is being held on a 2.1 million dollar bond, with his arraignment scheduled for April 14th. Baber is still on the run.
Meanwhile, a candlelight vigil will be held tonight to memorialize Jamie Urton, and a red balloon release being carried out by White Lives Matter, The ShieldWall Network, and The Shield Maidens on May 20th will honor his memory, as well.