3 Teens Have Been Charged In The School Beating Death Of Amy Joyner-Francis. Read Their Names And Charges Inside.

3 teens have been charged in the beating death of Amy Joyner-Francis. 16-Year-old Trinity Carr faces the most severe charge of criminally negligent homicide. The charges come 2 weeks after Joyner-Francis was attacked in her high school’s bathroom, resulting in her death.
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Charges have been filed against 3 teens in the beating  death of 16-year-old Amy Joyner-Francis. The honor roll student was viciously beaten in the bathroom of Howard High  School of Technology in Wilmington,  Delaware on April 21st.

Not only did her parents have to deal with the  tragedy of losing  their daughter have had to relive it daily.  Her last conscious moments were memorialized in a the video of her brutal assault that has made it’s way around the  internet. Joyner-Francis was ultimately knocked unconscious after a savage blow to the head when her assailant slammed her head into a sink.

Delaware Online  has identified the  3  teens charged in the assault. 16-year-old Trinity Carr, seen beating Joyner-Francis and  delivering the  blow that rendered her unconscious, has been charged with criminally negligent homicide. If found  guilty  she could face up to 8 years in  prison. Though she is a minor, due to the severity of the charges the  Department of Justice is  hoping to have her charged as an adult in Superior Court.

The other  two teens charged are Zion Snow an Chakeira Wright. Both girls and  have been charged with  third-degree criminal conspiracy and will be tried in the juvenile court system. If found guilty they could serve less than a year in jail.

All three girls were placed on  suspension from  school after the assault that resulted in Joyner-Francis’ death.

Though Amy was savagely  beaten  by  Carr, the autopsy showed it  was not the brutal assault itself that  killed Joyner-Francis. The Medical Examiner found that Amy died of “sudden cardiac death due to large atrial septal defect with a contributing factor of physical and emotional stress due to physical assault.” An autopsy showed she did not die of blunt force trauma injuries. Plainly  speaking, she died after the assault caused her  heart  stress that aggravated a preexisting  condition.

Amy Joyner-Francis was  a sophomore at the  time of her  death, the honor roll student was  also a manager of her school wrestling team. Charging documents show that the 3 girls pre-planned their attack on  the teen, ambushing her  as she  entered a bathroom the following day.

Earlier today Wilmington Mayor Dennis P. Williams said in a statement:

What happened at Howard High School is a tragedy. From the beginning, the Wilmington Police Department and the Department of Justice worked hand and hand to determine the appropriate charges. This is just the first step toward providing Amy’s family and our community with closure. As this process moves forward, I ask that we keep the family and loved ones of everyone involved in our thoughts and prayers.

After  Joyner-Francis was  brutally  beaten one of the  derogatory  social media posts started to surface including this one where it appears that a girl is bragging about being a part of Amy’s death.

What are we teaching our kids
What are we teaching our kids

When I  searched the  Instagram user I found  2 pages that belonged to the said user. The second was started after the first was supposedly “hacked”

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Instagram 1
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Instagram 2

A site Everpedia has pages up with information on the girls such as this one provided by an Urban Twist reader https://www.everipedia.com/trinity-carr/

It’s said that this tragic death was the result of an argument over a boy. What are we teaching our  kids that  they are willing to beat someone savagely, banging their head into things over such trivialities? Why did no one intervene? How did raise a generation of youth who will sit and watch something like this with their camera in their hand? What  do you think about what happened to Amy Joyner-Francis?




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