At least three local Black Lives Matter leaders have been murdered in the past year

And none were killed by a White man

From left to right: Hamza Nagdy, Oluwatoyin Salau, and Imez Wright

Over the weekend, one of England’s most high-profile BLM leaders was shot in the head. She suffered this gunshot wound while attending a house party in a heavily Black area of London. Right now, it is uncertain if she will live or die.

However, at least three other leaders of the BLM movement have been murdered in the past year. Were any killed by “racist cops” or “White Nationalists?” Hardly.

Suspect Ashton Nally

Hamza “Travis” Nagdy was a high-profile leader of the BLM movement in Louisville, Kentucky. He organized many of the “Justice for Breana Taylor” protests.

On November 23, 2020, he was shot and killed. Police arrested twenty-year-old Ashton Nally, who they say tried to carjack Nagdy. He has been charged with murder, robbery, and other offenses.

He has a Black father but was raised by his White mother.

Nadgy’s mother is comforted by other BLM activists at a vigil for her murdered son.
Aaron Glee Jr.

Oluwatoyin Salau was a high-profile BLM organizer in Tallahassee, FL. She organized numerous protests. On June 6th, 2020, she posted on Twitter that she was sexually attacked after leaving one of her events. She said a Black male offered her a ride and then “molested” her.

Salau went missing after that. She was later found dead along with another murdered 75-year-old White female. Aaron Glee Jr., a 49-year-old black male, was charged with two counts of murder as well as numerous other things.

The elderly victim was Victoria Sims, a neighbor of the suspects. Both of the bodies were found dumped along the side of a road.


BLM activists held a vigil for Salau.

Imez Wright, 31, was part of the Black Lives Matter movement in Minneapolis, MN. Friends describe him as a “Youth Mentor,” “BLM organizer,” and one of the people in charge of security at the “George Floyd Square” autonomous BLM protest zone.

On March 13, 2021, Wright was one of two people shot inside the BLM autonomous protest zone. Wright was killed. The shooting happened late at night while Wright was said to be patrolling the grounds.

A shot spotter detected the gunshots, and police were dispatched. However, BLM & Antifa protesters blocked police and other emergency workers from entering the zone. The suspect, a Black male in a cream-colored suburban, has yet to be identified or apprehended. BLM & Antifa have actively prevented a proper investigation and refuse to cooperate with the police.

Wright is one of four Black victims who have been murdered inside the George Floyd Square autonomous BLM protest zone. On June 19, 2020, Dameon Chambers was fatally shot during a Black Lives Matter “Juneteenth” demonstration. On July 5, 2020, Leneesha Columbus and her unborn child were fatally shot and killed in the square outside of Cup Foods.

Besides Wright, BLM supporter Dameon Chambers was also murder at George Floyd Square

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3 years ago

Imagine my shock…