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West Chester ‘Road Rage’ murderer to plead guilty, family outraged

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The miscreant who shot and killed 18-year-old Bianca Roberson in an act of road rage will plead guilty today, sources in law enforcement confirm with yc.news.

David Desper, 28, of Trainor Delaware County turned himself in to Chester County Detectives and the West Goshen Police Department on July 2, 2017.

“The prosecution team claims it will be very hard to prove 1stdegree murder of our daughter Bianca Nikol Roberson who was shot in the head at close range while both driving in their vehicles on June 28, 2017,” a family member told yc.news. “Personally, I will never be the same after this.”

Bianca’s loved one continued: “Personally, I will never be the same after this. This criminal justice system is only designed to protect white America.”

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The story broke on yc.news last year after David Desper mercilessly shot and killed the 18-year-old rising college freshman in a merge lane on the highway in Chester County, Pennsylvania.

After an intense manhunt, Desper turned himself into police in the coming weeks. When police searched the scoundrel’s house, they located the murder weapon and the infamous red pickup truck that was seen fleeing the crime scene.

The young high school graduate was shot in the head while attempting to merge into a single lane on Route 100 in Chester County on June 28, 2017. Roberson’s car left the road and hit a tree – according to police, she was killed instantly.

Under Pennsylvania law, had Desper been found guilty of first degree murder, he faced life in prison without the possibility of parole and the death penalty.

“JUSTICE FOR OUR BABY! Bianca Nikol Roberson!” the family member emotionally told yc.news immediately following the shocking discovery that Desper would plead guilty to a lesser charge and avoid a trial by jury.

The story riveted the nation after getting the attention of international media, sparking outrage in states and countries across world.

The Chester County District Attorney’s Office was not immediately available for comment.

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