New Evidence Confirms That The User Who Celebrated The Death Of Cannon Hinnant On The Account Owned By Terrell Kent Was Actually His Brother, Anthony Kent, Who Used Terrell’s Facebook While Making The Comment. Anthony Kent Is Hiding Out In Cape Fear, North Carolina Ducking Warrants For His Arrest.
Nationalist Review published a story about Terrell Kent in Wilson, North Carolina whose Facebook account was used to post a disgusting message related to the murder of Cannon Hinnant who died at the hands of Darius Sessoms. With new evidence provided by Terrell Kent, his girlfriend, and an impressive cyber security analyst named Eric Schmidt, Nationalist Review can now confirm that the actual man behind the gruesome remarks was not Terrell Kent, but his older brother Anthony Kent.
By the end of this article, you will be as confident as our team is that Terrell Kent is innocent. He did NOT make those comments. We urge our readers to stop trying to contact him and cease attempts to harass his girlfriend. Your anger is justified! Unfortunately, thanks to Anthony Kent’s carelessness, he misdirected your rage towards his own brother.
Update: We’ve added a statement from Terrell Kent and his girlfriend below.
First, for those that missed our previous article, here is the screenshot of the comment in question:
“Ion (I don’t) give a sh** he is white it’s time for revenge we tired sh** over with now we shooting yall go cry to you moma,” the post reads.
Terrell’s Brother, Anthony Kent, Reached Out To Us…But We Were Skeptical:
Using the alias “Boot Gambino,” Anthony Kent messaged Nationalist Review to ask us to remove our article about his brother. At the time, we believed the email to be from Terrell hoping to escape the heat of the situation. But we can now confirm that Anthony was in fact the operator behind the account at the time the post was made. We repeat, Terrell Kent is innocent.
While normally, the excuse that someone had “hacked” or used their account to post offensive comments would be met with disbelief and mockery, in this exceptionally rare case it seems that Anthony Kent is responsible for the comments.
Terrell, After Regaining Control Of His Account Made A Similar Post, Pointing The Finger At His Brother:
Then, Eric Schmidt, A CyberSec Analyst And Tech Entrepreneur Reached Out To Us About The Information He Found:
What Follows Is Information Uncovered By Eric Schmidt:
Anthony Kent, AKA “Boot Gambino” (Currently Suspended From Facebook), Made The Remarks:
Eric Schmidt Reached Out To Terrell Kent’s Girlfriend, Janavia, And Offered To Help Her Prove Her Boyfriend’s Innocence:
She Provided Screenshots Of Her Conversation With Anthony Kent Wherein He Admits That He Made The Post…Then She Provided Login Locations For Terrell’s Facebook Account:
“I did the s*** and forgot I was on his page ain’t even know I was still logged in on his s***,” Anthony tells her. The screenshots also reveal that the account owned by Terrell was suspended for violating Facebook’s policy against “harassment and bullying” due to the comment made by his brother Anthony while operating the account.
Schmidt Then Asks The Girlfriend To Provide Login Location Details For The Facebook Profile:
The girlfriend provided the information in the form of a video post which is significantly harder to doctor, further reinforcing the strength of the evidence exonerating Terrell from blame. Anthony Kent had logged in from Cape Fear, North Carolina which is nearly two hours away from Wilson, North Carolina where Terrell and his girlfriend reside. Anthony Kent, who, according to Schmidt’s independent research, is currently hiding out from arrest warrants in Cape Fear.
And There You Have It. The Blame Falls On Anthony Kent.
Statement From Terrell Kent:
Firstly, we would like to thank Brett at the NationalistReview and Eric with HideMe.cc Privacy & Security Services for helping us clear our names in this misunderstanding. To start off, we do not agree with the insensitive and hateful comment made by Terrell’s brother. An innocent child’s life was taken, and even though justice was done, that pain will always remain for Cannon’s family. We apologize to the Hinnant family for the additional pain you had to experience from this careless Facebook post during your time of grief.
When this all started, we had no idea what was happening until someone sent us a screenshot of the comments. We attempted to clarify with responses and screenshots, but it became overwhelming. The threats to our jobs, homes, lives, and our family’s lives were endless. This harassment was not only terrifying, it was depressing. I hope that all of us can use this as an example that not everything online is what it seems. I’d like to urge everyone to fight through the divisiveness and anger we are constantly fed, to find the empathy for each other to come together.
The hatred has to stop. Life is too short to be worrying about the difference of something a person can’t control like their race. Looking for the “other” in people instead of how we’re all the same is not what we’re about – we all bleed the same, hurt the same, and love the same. All lives matter. Not just black, not just white, but everyones. We don’t hold grudges towards anyone for anything they may have said or done, we just hope that you will, in your hearts, learn to let that pain go and grow as people as we have during this time.
We wish you all the best, and our hearts go out to the Cannon and the Hinnant family.
Janavia Jones & Terrell Kent