Ga. man Nkosi Thandiwe sentenced in Midtown Atlanta shootings

Nkosi Thandiwe

The man charged in a shooting in a parking deck that left one woman dead and two others wounded has been sentenced to life in prison plus 65 years.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution ( reports a Fulton County Superior Court Judge called the shootings random and hate-filled, and sentenced 23-year-old Nkosi Thandiwe Thursday.

In July of 2011, Thandiwe fatally shot 26-year-old Brittany Watts, Lauren Garcia and Tiffany Ferenczy in a parking lot on Crescent Avenue near 14th Street in Atlanta's Midtown neighborhood. He fled the scene in Watt's car and the shooting left Garcia paralyzed.

During his testimony Wednesday, Thandiwe said the shooting may have stemmed from beliefs he held about white people as an anthropology major in college.

A jury deliberated for 30 minutes Thursday before delivering a guilty verdict.

By Lena Sullivan 02/01/2013 06:58:00

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Jeronimus 02/02/2013 08:10:20
Critical Studies Professors incited Thandiwe's shooting spree. Multiculturalism is Hate. Diversity is Hate. And whom is that Hate directed against? It's directed against you, White People!
Robert Kelly 02/06/2013 07:49:18
I'm amazed nobody in the press has followed up on this man's devastating claims of being propagandized by the anthropology professor at West Georgia University to hate innocent white people to the point of wanting to murder them.

Is this university STILL brainwashing black students into hating white people?Are there others on the street now looking to get even against innocent people who have done no harm to people who have never been harmed?

We have a right to know if this university and its faculty are brainwashing people to murder.
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