On the day that the second teenager charged with the vicious murder of a WWII veteran in Spokane, Washington, is due in court, police revealed the sickening brutality inflicted on the helpless 88-year-old victim.
Attacked in his car on Wednesday in the parking lot of Eagles lodge, Delbert Belton was found wedged between the two front seats of his car on Wednesday and was battered so badly he sustained brain damage and had lost too much blood to survive the violent attack.
Kenan Adams-Kinard and Demetrius Glenn, both 16, are accused of battering the war hero to death with flashlights after he fought back during a robbery and according to Belton’s daughter-in-law ‘They just kept hitting and hitting him.’
‘He was an 88-year-old man,’ said Barabara Belton to NBC News.
Even if they wanted his money and he didn’t want to give it to them, they didn’t need to do that.’
‘They did a horrendous thing and they need to pay the consequences.’
And speaking one day after the dawn arrest on Monday of 16-year-old Kenan Adams-Kinard following a four-day manhunt for the killing of 88-tear-old, Delbert Belton, his uncle said that living in a small town narrowed his ability to make friends.