Delbert Belton, nicknamed “Shorty” went off to war in the 1940’s, he along with countless others answered the call to defend freedom against a brutal enemy, and in so doing was injured at the Battle of Okinawa fighting for our freedom and to preserve our way of life for future generations.
Reporters quoted witnesses saying that two black male suspects attacked Belton as he was entering a lodge to play pool. Authorities are looking for the two possible suspects, who are believed to be between 16 and 19.
Black Lives Matter … and so do ALL lives. Delbert Belton should have died a hero, not a victim of thug behavior.
Read the article at US Herald