There’s nothing more important than family. We only get one who sticks with us our whole lives.
Even those born into bad ones can make families from the friends they gain along the way and be loved unconditionally by them.
Our families protect us, and we do what we can even as kids to try and protect them.
There’s rarely a child who doesn’t daydream of doing something as kind for their parents as they did for them.
But sometimes, families need more than just help, more than justice as defined by the law.
When a family gets hurt, the hurt can last forever and be extreme. Losing a loved one to violence or crime is a tragedy.
It can be hard to move on for everyone knowing that a part of their life was stolen with so little reason. That’s when thoughts of revenge take root.
Vengeance belonged to Tityana Coppage on January 13th, just three days after the murder of her brother, when she found and killed his murderer before any legal action or trial could take place.
10 /10 Hath No Fury
Tityana Coppage is a woman from Kansas City, Missouri. She was a strong woman who tried to help and lead her family as best she could as a young adult.
She was only 21 when she lost her brother – and it wasn’t the first loss her family had to come to terms with.
Her family was extended to several younger brothers with different last names but who she cared for equally and fervently.
9 /10 Jayson Jr.
The brother she lost was Jayson Ugwuh Jr. He was a 16-year-old high school student who loved basketball and rap. He was a bright, cheerful kid despite knowing personal tragedies from mere years beforehand.
He was gunned down in public on January 10th while walking with some of his friends.
A car came up, opened fire, and then sped away. What provoked the incident remained a mystery. The only solid fact was that Jayson Jr. was the primary victim.