New Video Shows Yaqub Talib Shooting Youth Football Coach Michael Hickmon at Point Blank Range & Aqib Talib Helping Him Flee The Scene – BlackSportsOnline
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New Video Shows Yaqub Talib Shooting Youth Football Coach Michael Hickmon at Point Blank Range & Aqib Talib Helping Him Flee The Scene

The new video is very disturbing.

It is also very clear what happened. Several what appears to be parents are threatening to attack Youth Football Coach Michael Hickmon, including Aqib and Yaqub Talib. Coach Hickmon is trying to defend himself from the mob when he falls and drops the pole.

That is when Yaqub Talib pulls out his gun and shoots him at point blank range while he is trying to run away. You can see from the video that Yaqub’s brother Aqib immediately grabs him to help him flee the scene.

Talib’s defense attorney will say he feared for his life because Hickmon had a pole in his hand, but the video clearly shows it was Hickmon who was in fear since it was 4-5 men trying to attack him on the field. He was well within his right to defend himself.

The suspect in a shooting that killed a 43-year-old coach during a weekend youth football game outside Dallas turned himself in Monday, police said.

Yaqub Salik Talib, 39, the brother of former NFL star and Super Bowl winner Aqib Talib, pulled out a gun after the opposing teams’ coaching staffs had a disagreement over officiating during the game on Saturday in Lancaster, police said. Michael Hickmon, a grandfather and father of three from Lancaster, was killed.

“The altercation became physical, leading to the suspect pulling out a firearm and shooting Mr. Hickmon multiple times,” the Lancaster Police Department said in a statement. “After the shooting, the suspect fled the scene in an unidentified vehicle, taking the firearm with him.”

Authorities issued a warrant accusing Yaqub Talib of murder, a first-degree felony. The incident remains under investigation, police said.

Defense lawyer Clark Birdsall declined to discuss specifics, but asked if his client would claim self-defense, he replied, “There will be a defense issue.”

“Mr. Talib regrets the tragic loss of life but turned himself into the law so he could tell his side of the story,” the attorney said.

Though Birdsall said Aqib Talib was at Saturday’s game, police have given no indication he was in any way involved in the shooting. A magistrate is expected to set bail for Yaqub Talib on Monday afternoon, Birdsall said.

Ciciely Hickmon told CNN that her brother was coaching his son’s team when the gunfire erupted. He was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead, police said. He leaves behind a wife, two daughters, a son and three grandchildren, Ciciely Hickmon said.

Since only one shooter is clearly seen on video, there won’t be any charges against Aqib Talib even though he decided to help his brother escape rather than give aid to the dying coach.

Flip the page for the new video that shows Yaqub Talib clearly guilty of murder.

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