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Janese Jackson-Talton killed for turning down Charles McKinney’s advances

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Janese Jackson-Talton
Because Janese Jackson-Talton (pictured) deserved the right to say no and decide for herself whether she should respond to a man’s overtures…

Janese Jackson-Talton: Because a woman always has the right to say yes or no. 

Janese Jackson-Talton a Pittsburgh woman has been shot dead by Charles McKinney after the woman turned down the 41 year old man’s advances at a bar this weekend.

The 29 year old woman’s murder came just after 2am Friday after a man who had been trying to get the woman’s attention during the course of the evening at Cliff’s Bar at Homewood decided to take ‘revenge’ for being slighted.

Yes women, learn your lesson. Your body, mind, spirit and emotions do not belong to you but only to your man.

According to a report via CBS, cops said Janese Jackson-Talton was approached by McKinney before closing time with the woman continuing to ignore his advances. Pursuant to the venue closing, the suspect is alleged to follow the woman outside where he fatally shot her in the chest.

The man fled with cops eventually catching the assailant after a car chase, in which Charles McKinney crashed and needed hospitalization, where he was charged with with homicide, two counts of aggravated assault, firearms without a license, fleeing or attempting to elude police, two counts of possession with intent to deliver, two counts of recklessly endangering another person and reckless driving.

Reflected the root: ‘Janese Talton-Jackson is dead because a man was interested in her. And then killed her when that interest wasn’t reciprocated. But she could have been any woman he happened to be interested in that night. The only thing separating her from the women who made it home alive Friday is chance. Sheer luck.’

Adding: ‘What matters is that she existed. She was alive. She was somebody. And now she’s gone, because she said no.’

Janese Jackson-Talton
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Janese Jackson-Talton
The assailant, Charles McKinney.
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