Black Lives Matter activist Sasha Johnson ‘shot in the head after numerous death threats’

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Black Lives Matter activist Sasha Johnson ‘shot in the head after numerous death threats'” – below is their description.

    A leading Black Lives Matter activist was shot in the head on Sunday morning “following numerous death threats as a result of her activism”.

    Police were called shortly before 3:00am to reports of gunshots in Consort Road, in Southwark, south London, where a young woman, named online as Sasha Johnson, was suffering from a gunshot injury.

    Ms Johnson, who remains in hospital with life-threatening injuries, is a BLM activist and mother of two. There have so far been no arrests in connection with the incident.

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