A RACE-BAITING activist nicknamed ‘The Black Panther of Peckham’ who was horrifically shot this weekend, has now been confirmed to have been attacked by four black men whilst attending a house party.
London police released new details Tuesday about a shooting that left British Black Lives Matter activist Sasha Johnson fighting for her life in hospital, saying Johnson was shot by a group of four men at a party but that it did not appear to be a targeted attack.
Johnson, who came under fire for calling a black male a ‘coon’, for allegedly writing that white people should be enslaved, and who even styles her fashion on the infamous extremist and violent American organisation the Black Panthers, was was shot in the head at a house party in south London on Sunday.
Yet despite initial comments by the likes of Dawn Butler and Diane Abbott, insinuating that the attack may have been racially-motivated, Police have now confirmed that Johnson was shot by four black men.
“Around 3 a.m. local time on Sunday morning, a group of four black males dressed in dark coloured clothing entered the garden of the property and discharged a firearm,” London’s Metropolitan police Commander Alison Heydari said in a statement today.
Despite Johnson’s party releasing a statement on Twitter claiming that she had received numerous death threats, Heydari said that police were not aware of any threats made against Johnson prior to the incident.
“We are aware of Sasha’s involvement in the Black Lives Matter movement in the UK and I understand the concern this will cause to some communities – however I wish to stress that at this time there is nothing to suggest Sasha was the victim of a targeted attack” Commander Heydari added.