A black teenager was convicted Tuesday of the murder of a newlywed soldier and his pregnant wife in Colorado.

Meanwhile, Jesse Jackson was in Dallas, Texas, applying his expertise — whatever it is — to the medical care of Ebola victim Thomas Duncan and, not surprisingly, ignoring the Colorado case altogether.

The trial of Macyo Joelle January, 19, lasted 12 days, but the jury deliberated only a few hours before returning the guilty verdict, according to the Daily Mail.

There’s only one person we can think of who makes Jesse Jackson look intelligent by comparison — click here to find out why.

Prosecutors said that January shot Staff Sgt. David Dunlap, 37, and his pregnant wife Whitney Butler, 35, after they both returned to their home to check on an alarm that January had apparently triggered. January was burglarizing their home and shot them both from behind.

Butler may have been “shot in the head as she leaned over her husband’s dead body,” the report says.

Because January was 17 when he committed the murders, he is likely to be sentenced to life in prison with a chance for parole after 40 years. His sentencing will be on Oct. 22.

January was also convicted of burglary, theft, and aggravated motor vehicle theft. He reportedly showed “no emotion” upon hearing the unanimous guilty verdict from the jury.

Watch the victims’ parents react to the verdict here:

Of course, it’s not surprising that Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, or any of the other race hustlers were not on hand to claim that January was somehow railroaded or mistreated by the system because of his race.

Of course, it’s not surprising that Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, or any of the other race hustlers were not on hand to claim that January was somehow railroaded or mistreated by the system because of his race.

They only do that when there’s a dollar to be made.


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