“Tossed him out the car like he was some type of trash” The grieving mother of a teen whose body was pushed out of car has one thing to say to her son’s killer.

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“For them to take his life and he didn’t even see it coming”

Sitting inside her Baton Rouge home and holding a picture of her son, Kenya London recalls the last time she saw her child Davonta London alive.

“I reached out and he came to me and I hugged him and I kissed him and I said I love him but it’s no way I thought that was going to be my last time hugging my baby.” said London.

London said, she heard the news but never in a million years would’ve thought it would have been her precious child.

“One of my coworkers said they found another body and I was like, lord, whoever that child belongs to, my  heart just goes out to them because it’s just so much violence that’s going on these days. It’s just unfair to take people lives. It’s unfair they take people lives and I really wish they wouldn’t have taken my baby’s life”

Police say London’s body was pushed out of car at a park last Wednesday. He was found lying on a sidewalk near the parking lot.

“It keeps going in my mind how somebody could actually kill someone and just toss them out the car like he was some type of trash.”

London described her son as a hard worker, a teen who was the life of the party. Nearly a week later, she’s still wondering what happened in his final moments.

“I want justice for my baby, I just want to know, why did they do it, why keeps coming to my mind, why”

Through the tears shed, London had one thing to tell her son’s killer.

“They’re forgiven, it’s a process.”

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