D.C. Police Chief: Prosecuting Teen Who Killed Uber Eats Driver As Adult Won’t ‘Bring Back The Lost Loved One’


Mohammad Anwar, a 66-year-old Uber Eats driver in Washington, D. C., was killed last month after two teenage girls assaulted him with a Taser and stole his car. The girls crashed the car, which resulted in Anwar’s death.

Normally, the murder of a Pakistani immigrant would capture media attention for weeks, but with the killers being black teen girls, it quickly disappeared. The girls, aged 13 and 15, were also able to reach a plea deal that allows them to “avoid detention in prison facilities and will not be held past the age of 21,” The Daily Wire’s Ian Haworth previously reported.

Earlier this month, Acting D. C. Police Chief Robert Contee III gave some disturbing answers to questions regarding the case, RedState’s Jennifer Van Laar reported. When asked by Fox’s D.C. affiliate about the 13-year-old girl’s alleged involvement in a separate carjacking, Contee reportedly said:

That’s one of many. We have one for that particular –  one of the individuals involved, but there are several carjackings that we have had so far this year where we’re seeing individuals that are involved in multiple, multiple cases. So clearly I think that speaks to us really examining, as a community, the accountability that’s in place. You know, how is it that someone is charged with carjacking or is responsible for carjacking commits another carjacking and another carjacking? I think it’s the larger issue than just this one particular case.

Van Laar reported that 1010 carjackings were reported in D. C. between January 1 and March 28 of this year. During the same period in 2020, just 22 ... (Read more)

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