Man Acquitted in Deadly Shooting at Boys & Girls Club Shot and Killed

Jalen Everett, the man who was acquitted in the Boys & Girls Club drive-by shooting on Genesee Street back in 2015, was shot and killed Saturday night. The shooting happened on Dewey Avenue in the City of Rochester. Everett was accused of being one of three people in a car that drove past the Boys & Girls Club on Genesee Street in August of 2015 and sprayed a large crowd with gunfire. Three young men — Jonah Barley, Raekwon Manigault & Johnny Johnson — died in the shooting. Three other men were injured. A jury convicted Everett of second-degree murder. However, after the verdict, a juror claimed that another juror had made racial comments and discussed information that the jury had not been allowed to hear. A judge overturned the guilty verdict. Jalen Everett released several music videos after he was acquitted under the name “Laflare.” He rapped about beating the murder case against him, the case against others and a message to snitches. The video is below.

WARNING: It is not suitable for work. The video does contain vulgar language.



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