In the wake of the senseless and brutal murder of 15-year-old Bronx boy, Lesandro Guzman-Feliz, police have released a chilling video of the suspects in custody.
In the video obtained by RadarOnline.com, a man wearing an American flag t-shirt and a green do-rag is observed walking into the bodega in attempt to find their target. A few seconds later, a male in a red shirt, a male in a white shirt and black hat, and a third male in a black shirt and black hat follow after looking for the boy.
The male in the red shirt is later seen carrying a machete on the streets.
The suspects have been identified as 18-year-old, Manuel Rivera, 19-year-old Kevin Alvarez, 21-year-olds Danel Fernandez, Jose Muniz, Jose Taverez, and 24-year-olds Joniki Martinez and Santiago Rodriguez.
The slayings took place by notorious gang, The Trinatarios, who later admitted to killing the wrong person, but not before the brutal murder was captured in front of cameras for the world to see.
A scared Feliz was seen dragged out of the bodega by the edge of his hoodie and slaughtered, as bystanders in the store did nothing. Feliz attempted to run back into the bodega after being hacked away only to be turned away. The boy, an aspiring police detective, then tried to run to a nearby hospital a block away, but collapsed before making it and died.
Horrified, shocked, and distraught neighbors took to the streets to pay tribute to the boy Tuesday morning.
New York law enforcement officials believe that Guzman-Feliz was in the wrong place at the wrong time, and that the intended target was a member of the rival — and equally deadly — DDP (Dominicans Don’t Play) gang.
One suspect remains on the loose after one of the crazed killers boasted about the murder on Instagram, writing: “Ya n—gas dumb mad I’m still free n ima stay free! The lifestyle not for ya so don’t act like you know wtf going on! Junior was a mistake but the next n—ga won’t be!!”
The post has since been deleted.
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