Kimberly Kilgore was a beautiful young student student in Georgia. Sparkles Lindsay is a violent animal who should have been in prison. Instead she was allowed to roam free and slaughter an innocent college student. She followed Kilgore to her apartment and shot her for the fun of it right in front of Kilgore’s friends.
The shocking murder highlights the failure of the US justice system to prevent crime. Sparkles Lindsey already have a record of violent criminal behavior, despite only being 22 years old. Despite numerous arrests and violating her parole, she only did tiny stints behind bars. The system let her roam free to continue committing violence.
The local media is downplaying the murder as “road rage.” If the races were reversed, this would be a major national news story and media would be screaming “racial hate crime.”
A violent ex-con has been charged with multiple counts in the road rage shooting death of a 21-year-old female Georgia college student.Sparkles Lindsay, 22, followed Kimberly Kilgore, 21, into her gated apartment complex last year and shot her to death while her best friend sat in the passenger seat and watched in horror, police say.Ms Lindsay faces a charge of malice murder, two counts of felony murder, aggravated assault, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, and possession of a firearm during commission of a felony, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.The 22-year-old and her friends reportedly had a heated altercation with Ms Kilgore and friend Shannon Stone around 2am Oct 11 just outside the Kennesaw apartment complex where Ms Kilgore lived, sources told the paper.Despite the complex being gated, Ms Lindsay drove into the parking lot, and escalated the incident into a physical altercation. The violent woman then pulled out a gun and fired multiple shots at Ms Kilgore, police told multiple local media outlets.Ms Stone helplessly watched her best friend get gunned down.‘I was in the passenger seat and she was looking right at me when it happened. I was the last sight she saw before her life was taken, and I couldn’t stop it,’ the grieving friend told WSB.