A murder suspect brags on YouTube has become a top trending topic on major search engines today after Yahoo! News reported this Thursday, Feb. 28, that Ammar Harris — a Las Vegas suspect for three murders — is untroubled in a new YouTube video that also shows him boasting about quite a bit of cash.
The YouTube video is just one of the several videos the accused has posted that is being investigated by the police in Ammar Harris’ case. The murder suspect brags of a very affluent lifestyle, from boat trips and expensive cars with many different women in the online displays. Harris, 26, is currently suspected of being involved in a manhunt after a driver was shot and killed last week on the Las Vegas strip, while a taxi driver and passenger also died in the deadly crash that followed the shooting.
Harris asks his YouTube viewers to help him count his $100 bills in a white shirt and red baseball cap, with reports noting he “doesn’t seem worried in the slightest about [the] potential charges.”
"I could keep going, I could keep going ... but like, I don't feel like countin' anymore," he says. "I got another bag. But I think I proved my [expletive] point."
The police have yet to comment on the posted YouTube video, yet the “murder suspect brags” news headline and videos have led detectives to follow several “big leads” on Harris that individual reports have sent in.
"I'm sure the widespread publicity, as well as the blatant, heinous nature of the crime, is motivating people to contact us," added one official.