"The Mississippi flag currently has the Confederate battle flag attached to it, and of course that represents terrorism - white terrorism, white superiority, that kind of thing," Jones said Thursday. "It's an intimidating symbol, so we definitely need to get rid of it before we can get rid of some of the hatred that we still have. It's ungodly, you know. It's contrary to what the Bible teaches."
"We put an alarm system in our bedroom because we had four teenagers in high school at the same time so we could know when someone was going in or out of the door and it would go off at 5:45 a.m. when Marcus would go out and run," Alberttina Keene-Jones said. "Then he would come back, eat, and go out some more. Then he would take a nap before leaving again to work on his game some more."