A mother says she wants the death penalty for the people accused of shooting and killing her son.

Vigil held for man DeKalb cops say was ‘lured’ to his death

Justuss Rogers, 26, was only trying to sell some cell phones when, police say, we he was shot dead in a robbery attempt.

“It’s sickening to know that people are so cold and so cruel that they’ll do something like this,” mother Tiffany Terry told Channel 2 Action News.

The mother held a vigil for her son this week, declaring her resolve for justice.

Police believe Lakoaia Johnson, 20, acted as if she would buy cell phones from Rogers, but it was a trap to get him to South Hariston Road in DeKalb County.

Shamar Davis, 17, is accused of shooting Rogers as he tried to fight off the robbery and drive away, police have said.

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“They’re robbing his car, leaving him for dead. He’s still fighting because he was trying to fight for these kids he has. I know he was,” Terry said.

As family members mourn, they hope Johnson and Davis, who are charged with murder, never get out of jail.

“I want the death penalty for them,” Terry told the news station.

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