Denver Thug Declares '3 People Will Die Today' During His Murderous Rampage

Denver Thug Declares '3 People Will Die Today' During His Murderous Rampage

You won't be seeing Eric Ukuni's face in the mainstream media anytime soon — his story simply doesn't fit the narrative. Nationwide, groups like BlackLivesMatter thrive only so long as instances of black violence and crime are ignored, and Ukuni is no exception.

According to Denver Police, Ukuni carjacked a truck on Tuesday, threatening the vehicle's owner and daughter with a screwdriver held at their neck.

Ukuni took off in the stolen truck and, in what appears to be a deliberate act, tried to run down the owner and his daughter. The 26 year old then plowed into another vehicle before careening through the intersection, striking 66 year old Ernest Gurrini.

Gurrini was a deliveryman for a shipping company. He was entering his work van with a fresh cup of coffee when he was intentionally struck by Ukuni and later died from his injuries.

Responding Commerce City police officers caught up with Ukuni, but lost him after a short vehicle pursuit. Shortly after killing Gurrini, Ukuni tried unsuccessfully to steal two other vehicles and was subdued by witnesses who were working nearby.

From the Denver Channel:

“We’re like, ‘Oh no.’ We ran up and threw the dude out,” said Team Wash employee Justin Trujillo. “He was tussling a little bit. We knocked him down, and he ran out into the street.”

At one point during the struggle, police say Ukuni told witnesses that he had a hit list and that “three people were going to die today.”

Police have not released details into a possible motive. A statement made to police by Ukuni was redacted in the report. Mr. Ukuni’s actions all appeared to be random, the police report noted.

Ukuni is being held on charges of first-degree murder, six counts of attempted murder and aggravated robbery.

A GoFundMe page has been set up to raise money for Ernest Gurrini's family. Although over $3,000 has been collected at the time of this writing, no amount of money can ever repair the damage Ukuni has done.

Ernest Gurrini was formerly the Vice Principle of Aurora High School. He was a contributing member of society, continuing to work and provide for himself even though most people his age would've retired. In contrast, Eric Ukuni was nothing more than a despicable animal that chose to declare war on civilized society, a heathen that decided his youth would be better spent taking from and destroying those that build.

Black Lives Matter won't be denouncing Ukuni. Race-baiters Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson won't be denouncing Ukuni. To these leftist hypocrites, Gurrini never existed, and his life certainly doesn't matter to them now.

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