A Chicago man thought he got a second chance at life after he beat his murder case. But 23-year-old Kamari Belmont’s opposition had other plans. Belmont was gunned down just minutes after bonding out of jail for a robbery charge Monday night, according to the Chicago Tribune.
Belmont reportedly avoided a murder charge after prosecutors failed to give him a speedy trial. He was being held on murder and robbery charges after he allegedly fatally shot a man during a robbery and robbed another man a few hours later in 2015.
Belmont still faced robbery charges despite the murder charge being dropped. He released after 10 percent of his $100,000 bond.
Belmont was just a few blocks away from the jail when someone inside a white SUV pulled and began firing. Belmont died after being shot several times.
Authorities believe Belmont’s murder was a form of street justice.
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