Theories behind the motive for the killings can be presupposed to criminal enterprise
September 25, 2010
NEW YORK FUGITIVE NEWS -- Christopher Francis a.k.a. Kelly Swan is most wanted by New York City Police (NYPD) for his involvement in a double homicide that occurred within the jurisdiction of the 67 Precinct in Brooklyn, New York.
On October 27, 2008, Christopher Francis and suspected accomplice, Jermaine Taylor, allegedly shot two victims inside the lobby of an apartment building at 193 Martense Street in Flatbush. The killers' first victim, an 83-year-old man was shot in the head. He was rushed to Kings County Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival. The second victim, a 31-year-old resident of the apartment building was found also with a gunshot in the head, but he died at the scene. Jermaine Taylor has already been apprehended. However, the motive for the double homicide has not been released to the public.
Considering the involvement of two suspects in the double murder, two theories behind the motive for the killings can be presupposed. Both theories involve criminal enterprise. First, the two killers were committing armed robbery and one victim attempted to intervene, which resulted in both men being shot. The second theory is the 31-year-old resident of the apartment building was the target of murder. Possibly do to criminal association such as debt or gang rivalry. Therefore, making the killing of the 83-year-old man a situational felony murder because he could possibly identify the two suspects.
Inevitability, like similar cases, motive for the double homicide will remain unknown until authorities learn to share more information with the public they are requesting help. Until that time we can only use the information available to surmise reasons for events in order to draw attention to the menace of killer fugitives living among us.
Christopher Francis is described as:
Anyone with information as to the location of this most wanted murder fugitive, Christopher Francis, is asked to contact NYPD at 800-577-8477 Reference ID: 522.