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Two of Chicago’s gang members have been convicted and sentenced to decades in prison Wednesday, the kills, the inclusion of a 9-year-old boy, the son of the suspected rival gang member, after luring him into an alley at the end of 2015.
Dwright Boone-Doty, 26, will serve 90 years in prison, and Corey Morgan, 31, is serving a 65 result of the killing of Tyshawn Lee. Well, the members of the Black P Stone Nation, a gang, they were convicted by a separate jury in October and the death of the infant, whose father allegedly belonged to the rival gang, the Black Gangster Disciples Nation.
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Prosecutors said Morgan was looking to take revenge on a rival gang after his brother was killed and his mother wounded in a previous shooting weeks in advance. In November 2015, he went out with Boone-Doty and the getaway driver, Kevin Edwards, Dawes Park in Chicago, illinois, in search of the boy.
Dwright Boone-Doty, left, and Corey Morgan, and were convicted and sentenced to decades in prison Wednesday for the killing of Tyshawn Lee, a 9-year-old boy in Chicago in 2015.
(Chicago Police Department)
Boone-Doty approached the fourth-grader Tyshawn, while Morgan and Edward stayed in the car, and started it with the promise of a juice box in a back alley and then it came to him seven times. Tyshawn, the results of the autopsy showed that he was trying to protect himself with his hands, in the moments before he died.
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In September, the Boone-Doty bragged about the shooting death of a fellow gang member, which is included in the discussion. He said that if the trio were spotted Tyshawn in the park, they planned to kidnap and torture him. Instead, after the Morgan and Edwards went back out to the car, the Boone-Doty put Tyshawn on to the street.
“I’m trying to look at him. We have to walk. Bop. It hit the ground. Bop-bop-bop-bop-bop. I am all for a laugh. I’m looking for … Bop, bop, bop, bop, bop, man,” Boone-Doty said a member of the gang, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
Tyshawn Lee was 9 years old when he was assassinated in November of 2015. His grandmother said that he was “just an innocent little boy.”
“This case has rocked all of us in the city of Chicago, and to be honest, in the nation, with its terrifying and horrific in nature,” Cook County State Attorney Kim Foxx said on Wednesday, after a three week trial. “Today, it is the judge … will never be enough for Tyshawn, or his or her family.”
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Cook County Circuit Court Judge Thaddeus Wilson ordered that Boone has to offer-Doty and Morgan, and to serve 100 per cent of the two sentences which are both about twice as long as the minimum term of imprisonment she could have been given. Days before the study began, Edwards pleaded guilty to first-degree murder, days before the other men, studies have started to, and was sentenced to 25 years in prison.
As a reward to the character, and messages that linger in the November, 2015, in the area where the Tyshawn Lee was fatally shot in Chicago.
(AP Photo/Teresa Crawford)
In addition, one of Morgan’s brothers, Anthony Morgan, was convicted and sentenced to four years in federal prison in the summer, after the gun that killed the Tyshawn.
Tyshawn was one of the 400 victims of murder in Chicago at the end of 2015. His death shocked the city, because, according to the police, he was killed for no reason other than to punish his father.
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“In the almost 30 years from the police, and I have never, ever witnessed such a hateful act of betrayal, and a savageness in the direction of an innocent child whose life has barely had the chance to flourish,” then-Interim Chicago Police Superintendent John Escalante told reporters in 2016. “And, unfortunately, it is not [Tyshawn], paid the ultimate price for the senseless violence, the senseless violence of the gangs that plagued his neighborhood.”
Tyshawn’s mother, Karla, Lee, ” she said, “to be satisfied with the result and the judgement, the telling of the WTTW “I’ve been waiting for this day for four years. It’s finally here, and I’m happy about it.”
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The boy’s grandmother and great-grandmother, wrote in a victim-impact letter, which was read by a prosecutor at the district court, that they have Tyshawn, “in a cold back alley to die, and you drove off, it was as if he was some kind of animal.”
“He was just an innocent little boy,” she said. “Anyone who would commit such a heinous crime?”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.