Skip to comments.Florida A&M's Shannon Washington dies
Posted on 09/04/2011 4:13:41 PM PDT by ConservativeStatement
Florida A&M basketball player Shannon Washington died early Sunday morning after suffering a knife wound to her neck, the school announced.
Tallahassee Police responded to a report of a stabbing and found Washington in an apartment. She was treated at the scene by police and EMS and later died at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital, police said.
Starquineshia Palmer, 20, who was visiting Washington for the weekend, was detained and charged with first-degree murder, police reported.
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Just damn, and johnny thought a boy named sue was bad.
She should be executed for the name alone.
Her parents named her, silly.
Ok, they should be executed, too.
Moral of the story: Beware of people named "Starquineshia."
What was the motive?
I knew someone named Jayqucea. Pronunciation? JOCK-see.
How? Beats me!
Nothing specified. From another report:
The investigation determined she did not live in the apartment, but traveled to Tallahassee from Central Florida to visit the victim for the weekend.
The victim and Palmer began to argue in the early morning hours, resulting in Palmer stabbing the victim with a kitchen knife.
Palmer was detained and transported to the Tallahassee Police Department where she was interviewed and subsequently charged with first degree murder.
Palmer was then transported to the Leon County Jail.
Arrested: Starquineshia Palmer, black female, 10/26/1990
What a weird name! I mean, c'mon: "Palmer"??
This isnt Starquineshia Palmer first run in with the law. She has been arrested several times in Florida for probation violations. We have a few more details about the murder.
It appears that Starquineshia and Shannon got into an early morning fight. The fight escalated from verbal to physical. Starquineshia grabbed a kitchen knife and that is when she stabbed Shannon. She fled the scene, but was captured a little later.
I can beat it. There was, in Lousiana, a child named “L-a”. Yes, that is correct 2 letters and a symbol. When the time came to enroll the child in school, an administrator pronounced the child’s name as La, to the fury of the mother. The mother replied, sounding it out phonetically, “ it’s La deesh sha, the dash don’t be silent”.
Given the circumstances, likely a “lovers’ quarrel.”