reply to post by goou111
Go look at the crime stats! It's insane. I went back to 2008 and there is single digit murders, single digit rapes, not once has this area seen 2500
crimes in any one year.
And again... I can not stress this enough, the Mom has a flesh wound to the leg? If you are going to kill, are you going to kill the person who can
describe you, tell what happened, explain everything or the person who can't? A baby can not identify a shooter. An older women can.
Now think of how much force it takes to push someone back. Not just a few steps, but back far enough to give you a chance to aim a gun and hit your
target before the person you pushed can even react. I don't see a 13-15 year old and a 10 year old doing that. Then shoot her in the leg, causing
only a flesh wound.
Even if she is shot first, a flesh wound will keep you down? A flesh wound will keep you from making any attempt to save you small baby? No way! Even
if the kid gets a shot off, a flesh wound will stop you from getting a piece of that kid before he can get away? Skin under the fingernails, a torn
piece of clothing, a handful of hair, something- anything? But no, you are on the ground and out for the count from a flesh wound and he shot your
baby in the face while sitting in a stroller?
Before anyone brings it up, I realize that the word "flesh wound" is mentioned in the article, but look at the video. Watch Mom and she limps to the
police cars with 2 officers helping her... barely holding her up. That tells me she had no bone damage from getting a bullet in the leg. So it's a
flesh wound. Notice her crying for the cameras? What do you not see as she tells her story and sobs? A tear! Not one single tear rolls down her
cheek. Her eyes appear wet, but there are no tears for the camera. Watch the video. Listen to her story, watch her body language and tell me you buy a
single word of it.
You gotta love her adding in, "2 African American Boys" as she tells her story. Sound familiar to anyone else? Again, look at the picture of this
area I posted, and listen to her story. This place is not the ghetto. It is not inner city. This story is all wrong for the area.
Maybe no one else is saying "Mom did it", but I will say it. I will go on record right now and say Mom did it or knows who did.