As Jaiwana Hudson watched the news Monday night, she saw a familiar face, one that took her back to Oct. 31, 2009. That was the day her brother, Stanley Mason, was murdered, allegedly by Earnest Robinson Mosley, Jr., the man who has now been arrested for another shooting.
"We have an autopsy report and it says my brother was shot 6 times. Six times," emphasized Hudson. "So when he robbed this time, I believe he was intending on killing him, too. It was just by the grace of God that he wasn't killed."
The victim of the shooting in late May is very lucky, as authorities say Mosley fired several shots, one of which ricocheted off a nearby by vehicle causing only minor injuries because it didn't penetrate the victim's skull.
For Hudson this latest shooting only brings more grief to a family that still misses Mason, a father of two.
"It's unfair to me and my nieces and family to know that this man was out and able to hurt someone else's family," said Hudson. "My wounds are still open and I am not able to heal from my brother."
Hudson said she's outraged because Mosley allegedly committed this latest shooting while he was out on bond for her brother's murder. His trial in that case was first scheduled for May but was continued until August, because he recently hired a public defender.
"I don't want to see him on the streets with a bond," she said. "I want him sentenced for the murder of my brother and I want to see him punished for the crime he just done."
With these new charges, Mosley is required to be held without bond because he was already out on bond for a felony arrest. But Hudson said she believes he should never have been allowed out of jail. However, capital murder is the only non-bondable offense under Mississippi law.