We all know who did it.
We all know what happened.
There’s no need to speculate.
There’s no need to guess.
Say her name, and know an as of yet unidentified black male in Baton Rouge was responsible for the deliberate murder of a white LSU coed.
LSU student who was gunned down on her way home from night out was likely killed in ‘random’ attack, DA says, as he is grilled about rumors murder may have been part of a GANG INITIATION, Daily Mail, September 21, 2022
Prosecutors believe a Louisiana State University student gunned down in her was murdered at random – as rumors swirl locally the killing may have been part of a gang initiation.
Baton Rouge District Attorney Hillar Moore said in a recent interview with WBRZ that the motive for Allison Rice’s shooting, which occurred on September 16 while the LSU student was sitting in her car at a railroad crossing, is still a mystery.
He admitted: ‘This appears to be a totally isolated, random type act.’
Moore was asked Tuesday about claims within the local community that the 21-year-old’s death was ‘part of a gang initiation.’ But he was unable to offer clarity to those allegations.
‘It’s way too early to tell. We never want to get out in front of the evidence and the facts of the case.
‘Surely, that’s not anything that’s jumping out to me as a person that has done this for years.’ Moore told WBRZ’s Chris Nakamoto during an interview Tuesday.
He was unable to offer any further insight into why the tragedy happened.
No arrests have been made, although local cops say they’ve been flooded with tips as to possible identities of the killers. It remains unclear how credible these tips are.
Officials with the Baton Rouge Police Department also echoed Moore’s statement, telling the Louisiana news outlet that they have found no evidence that the LSU student, just months out from graduation, was targeted by her attacker.
The DA also stated that several federal law enforcement agencies have been brought in to work on the case, including the FBI, DEA, and the ATF.
‘Everything that can possibly be done is being done by every agency, regardless of the initials behind their name,’ Moore said.
The new information caused Allie’s family to double down on their plea to the public.
‘I just hope that somebody speaks up- somebody that knows something, somebody that was here in this area,’ said Paul Rice, Allie’s father. ‘Please, if you’ve seen anything, call the police department, call crime stoppers, call somebody. Tell somebody, call me.’
The devastated father said earlier this week that he believes the shooting was a case of his daughter being ‘in the wrong place at the wrong time’.
Paul also said that his daughter had no enemies, and that the family doesn’t believe she was being ‘stalked’.
The Louisiana State University senior had been on her way home from a night out with friends and was shot dead at around 2.30am on Friday near railroad tracks.
She was found in her bullet-riddled car in Baton Rouge after partying with friends at a bar on Government Street less than five minutes from where she was killed.
Speaking to Fox News, Paul said: ‘She’s not anyone that had enemies. We don’t think that she was being stalked or followed.
‘That particular area of Baton Rouge has a history of this type of activity.’
‘It should’ve never happened, this should not have happened, it should not have happened.
‘She’s a beautiful child. She had one year left to graduate LSU, she had her whole future ahead of her.
‘When you hear the words from the police man saying, “she’s with the coroner now, she didn’t make it.” It’s the most devastating words you can ever hear.’
It’s not too early to call.
It’s not too early to tell.
We all know Allison Rice was in the “wrong place at the wrong time,” and her life was ultimately cut short by a black male.
We live in a world where lying about reality is the key to promotion to positions of power, instead of utilizing reality and the truth about gun violence and crime in America to ensure what happened to Allison Rice never happens again to anyone’s daughter.
Her name is Allison Rice.
Say her name.
Because we will soon learn the name of the black male (teenager, probably) who murdered her “randomly.”