The Texas Rangers are looking into the de*aths of three young sisters who were discovered in a pond last summer.
Their de*aths were ruled a ho*micide by the Cass County Criminal District Attorney’s Office .
The New Black Panther Nation, a controversial organization, has now gotten involved to support the mother and to find out why no arrests have been made.
“We are grieving with this mother and her family because we don’t understand how three beautiful little black girls could be murd*ered in this county while the lead investigative agencies were unaware of the crime.” “They saw it as an unintentional drowning,” said Minister Quanell X, Leader of the New Black Panther Nation.
Zi’Ariel Robinson-Oliver, 9, A’Miyah Hughes, 8, and Te’Mari Robinson-Oliver, 5, went missing on July 29 after their cousin, who was caring for them while their mother was at work, reported them missing. Their bodies were discovered the next day in a pond off Texas Highway 77 outside of Atlanta, Texas.
According to autopsy reports, all three girls were strangled and had lacerations on their faces.
The New Black Panther Nation has demanded that the Texas Rangers involve the FBI.
“Every citizen in this county, regardless of race, class, or status, should be outraged, concerned, and walking around paranoid that a child killer is on the loose.” “We are demanding answers, and that is what we want,” Quanell X said.
The Texas Rangers, Cass County Sheriff’s Office, and Cass County District Attorney’s Office are requesting any new information that may lead to an arrest in this case. Call Texas Ranger Josh Mason at (903) 255-5727 if you have any information.