The Black male fragility & ego that got Tiarah Poyau killed.
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In memory of Tiarah Poyau who was killed on September 5th 2016 at J’Ouvert in Brooklyn. Gone but never forgotten.
The graduate student who was gunned down at a New York Caribbean culture festival was allegedly murdered after telling a man to stop grinding against her.
Tiarah Poyau, 22, was shot in the face after she told the man, ‘Get off me’, while walking with friends during the J’Ouvert festival in Brooklyn, police sources said.
Poyau had been walking with three friends early Monday morning when she was shot in the eye ‘at close range’ around 4.15am.
Authorities said Moise was driving drunk and had a Caribbean flag wrapped around a bloodied hand when he was arrested on Tuesday morning.
Moise, called a friend after the shooting and told them: ‘Would you mind if I put my gun into your apartment?’.
The aspiring accountant and was interning at top-five firm PwC in New York and getting her Master’s of Science at St John’s University, according to her LinkedIn profile.
Reginald Moise of Brooklyn was convicted of killing 22-year-old Tiarah Poyau a St. Johns University student at the Crown Heights J’Ouvert festival in 2016 was sentenced to 17 1/3 years in prison on May 2019, after the victim’s family spoke tearfully about their loss.
Reginald Moise shot Tiarah Poyau in the head in the early morning hours of Sept. 5, 2016, before the annual West Indian Day Parade. Moise was intoxicated at the time, and maintained to police that he had no recollection of the shooting. He was found not guilty on the highest charges of murder and manslaughter, but was convicted of criminally negligent homicide, as well as criminal possession of a weapon in April.
“This is the most tragic case I’ve ever come across,” said Supreme Court Justice Donald Leo before sentencing Moise. “In one selfish act of idiocy you destroyed the incredibly bright future of a promising young woman.”