Davenport, Iowa, was the site of where two people were fatally shot and two police officers were injured as shots rang out during George Floyd protests-turned-riots late Sunday evening.
One of the two killed was a 22-year-old Italia Marie Kelly, who happens to be biracial. The young woman's family said that she was fatally shot by another protester while getting in a car, according to the Daily Wire.
Kelly's 19-year-old sister Jasmine Kelly took to Facebook Live to express her discontent with the wrongful death of her sister at the hands of "ignorant" protesters who turned violent.
"I hope y'all know what the f*ck y'all did," Jasmine begins. "My sister is gone and it's not from a cop. It wasn't from no f*cking cop!... My sister is gone because one of you, a protester, shot my sister. A protester, not the police!"
"Because of you guys, I lost my sister," she went on. "I lost my sister because of you. You! You are so mad at the police that you are hurting everyone else. You're so mad at the police, you guys killed my sister."
"For those who don't know, it wasn't the police who shot my sister, it was one of y'all!" she said.
"And I swear to God we will find out who the f*ck did it, and I promise to God it will be the last thing y'all ever remember," Jasmine said, pushing through tears. "Y'all wild as f*ck, y'all walk around with guns, and you act and you pretend to be tough and you pretend to be something you're not, and you got my sister killed."
"Not the police," she highlighted, "but by your ignorance, by your f*cking ignorance I gotta bury my sister. I gotta bury my sister because y'all brought guns. It wasn't a rubber bullet, it was a f*cking gun."
"So I hope y'all know, this wasn't the police, this was the ignorance of every single one of y'all that decided to shoot into a crowd, and that bullet just happened to hit my sister," she added.
"It wasn't the police, it was you!" Jasmine exclaimed. "And now I gotta bury the only person I had in my life, the person that took care of me, the person who took beatings for me so I didn't have to, the person who was there for everything, when I had my seizures."
Kelly's aunt Amy Hale said that her niece "was struck in the back by a bullet that went through her shoulder and chest, likely killing her instantly," according to the Times Union.
"She was always smiling, always laughing. That's why it's so sad that she was taken in such a violent way," Hale told the Times Union. "That is not Italia. She was the bright, bubbly big personality in the room."