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Murder Suspects Ask Court To Follow Them On Social Media During Court Appearance

| by Brendan Kelly
Jamari Fair, Dennis Gibbs And Albert TaylorJamari Fair, Dennis Gibbs And Albert Taylor

Two suspects charged with the murder of a teenager in South Carolina asked the court to follow them on social media during a hearing on Feb. 18.

Dennis Gibbs, 19, Albert Taylor, 22, and Jamari Trayvar Fair, 18, are facing charges of murder, assault, possession of a weapon during a violent crime, and battery by a mob for fatally shooting 17-year-old Kejuan Brown. A 15-year-old is also facing the same charges, but his identity has not been released because he is a minor.

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During the court appearance on Feb. 18, Taylor repeatedly asked the judge about the media cameras in the courtroom. At one point, Taylor and Gibbs turned to the cameras and encouraged people to follow them on social media.

“What’s up y’all? You can follow me on Twitter, follow me on Instagram, Snapchat,” Taylor said to the camera.

The suspects allegedly killed Brown at Tri City Lanes bowling alley in Easley, South Carolina, on Feb. 17 after arguing with him on social media.

“I just wish justice will done, because you would hate to see somebody do this, and then smile at you just like they haven’t done a thing,” the victim’s great-grandfather, Doyle Moon, told WYFF.

Sources: WYFFDaily Mail / Photo credit: WSPA