Skip to comments."Stop the Violence" reacts to shooting on MLK Day (Dual shootings after MLK march on MLK Dr, LR, AR)
Posted on 01/17/2012 8:39:35 AM PST by DCBryan1Edited on 01/17/2012 8:43:00 AM PST by Admin Moderator. [history]
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Police in central Arkansas say an 18-year-old woman was shot and wounded when she was caught in the crossfire after she got into an argument at the city's Martin Luther King Day parade.
"I called the police because I got scared you know," said witness Martha Fuentes.
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PHOTO BY GAVIN LESNICK
Family reacts after meeting with a police officer near the scene of a reported shooting early Tuesday.
Maybe they thought it was James Earl Ray Day...
Didn’t see any Occupiers at MLK parades.
Reminds me of a PLAYBOY cartoon from about 45 years ago.
Two cops are beating a fiddle playing panhandler. A passerby says to another...”How else can we stop violins in the streets!”
“The food stamp president been very good to me!”
When will it ever stop?
The Rev. said, “The business owners in the area share the blame for this [black on black] violence”.....as he refers to the “dalikasto” ally where this occurred.
MOST(not ALL)Blacks have never been able rid themselves of tribal tendencies.
It is too easy to blame the white man when the primary cause of violence stares at you in the mirror every morning.
Hey,they were celebrating MLK day. What are you? Some kind of racist?
The Democratic party undertow, too bad the hipster urban white libs are too busy recycling or saving polar bears they could have marched for MLK.
It sounds more like she was a primary participant. "Caught in the crossfire" is for the uninvolved.
Bungle in the Jungle
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