Update On The Case Of The Black Muslim Man Who Attacked Random White Child At Mall

More information has become available in the case of the black man who attacked a random white child at the Mall of America and left him for dead.

Rumors have been circulating on the Internet that the 5-year-old named Landon had died, but authorities say that is not the case, ABC 13 reported.

During a news conference, police said the child, who fell almost 40 feet, has significant injuries.

“The child is still alive,” said Bloomington Police Chief Jeff Potts. “He’s receiving care. I think we’re just asking for your thoughts and prayers for that child to recover.”

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The suspect, 24-year-old Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda, has been charged with attempted homicide in relation to the incident.

Potts said Aranda is cooperating and the case is expected to be submitted for charges on Monday. He is currently in custody at the Hennepin County Jail.

“We feel confident in saying that the suspect threw the child off of the third floor,” said Potts. “But as to why he did that is still something we’re looking into and trying to figure out.”

Police were called to the mall about 10:17 a.m. local time Friday after a child fell from the third floor. Witnesses told police that the child might have been pushed or thrown, according to Potts. Witnesses also reported seeing someone later identified as Aranda running from the scene.

Photos of the 5-year-old child named Landen who was flung from the balcony of the Mall of America have surfaced.

The attacker, Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda, is a black man, and the child who was critically injured and fighting for his life is white.

But interestingly the news media has not reported on the race of the attacker and the victim and has not labeled it a hate crime.

Jussie Smollett fabricated a hate crime and the news media was on it day and night until he was exposed as a hoaxster.

Aranda is now is prison on charges of attempted murder as the 5-year-old, who was motionless on the mall floor, is hospitalized, The Star Tribune reported.

A 5-year-old Woodbury boy remained hospitalized with critical injuries Saturday, one day after he was tossed over a third-floor railing at the Mall of America, allegedly by a stranger with a history of mental health problems.

The boy is “still very much with us and fighting,” according to a family friend who set up a GoFundMe page that had raised more than $225,000 within a few hours of being created Saturday. The donations will help pay for his medical and rehabilitation costs, which will include multiple surgeries, organizers said.

The boy’s parents declined to comment Saturday, pleading for privacy. Creators of the GoFundMe page wrote that the boy, whose first name is Landen, is “the sweetest kindest 5 year old you will ever meet. His soul is soft and gentle and instantly brings a smile to everybody he meets.”

A 5-year-old Woodbury boy remained hospitalized with critical injuries Saturday, one day after he was tossed over a third-floor railing at the Mall of America, allegedly by a stranger with a history of mental health problems.

The boy is “still very much with us and fighting,” according to a family friend who set up a GoFundMe page that had raised more than $225,000 within a few hours of being created Saturday. The donations will help pay for his medical and rehabilitation costs, which will include multiple surgeries, organizers said.

The boy’s parents declined to comment Saturday, pleading for privacy. Creators of the GoFundMe page wrote that the boy, whose first name is Landen, is “the sweetest kindest 5 year old you will ever meet. His soul is soft and gentle and instantly brings a smile to everybody he meets.”

After fleeing the chaotic scene Friday morning, Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda, 24, was taken into custody Friday at the mall’s transit station and is being held in the Hennepin County jail on suspicion of attempted murder. Charges are expected by noon Monday, authorities said.

At a news conference Saturday, Bloomington Police Chief Jeff Potts said police don’t believe the suspect knew the family or the boy. “As to why he did that, we’re just trying to figure it out,” Potts said.

Witness reports and security cameras played a role in Amara’s swift arrest, he said.

The boy was being treated at Children’s Hospital Minneapolis, where his parents were with him Saturday.

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