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Hellknight1993

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#1 11 years ago

A very sad thing happened here this weekend. A wee beautiful two year old girl was shot and killed in a gang related drive by shooting. :( . I cant imagine how the parents are feeling, Id explode, having a child myself this sort of thing really cuts you up. Do you have a gang problem in your city? Thankfully on that, this shooting wasnt in mine. RIP little one. :uhm: :( Gang warfare fears after toddler killed in shooting - New Zealand, world, sport, business & entertainment news on Stuff.co.nz .. attachment.php?attachmentid=55911&stc=1&d=1178556511




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#2 11 years ago

Here is the whole article

Armed police are patrolling Wanganui streets amid fears of gang warfare after a two-year-old girl was killed in a drive-by shooting. A witness told how the girl's mother, with the bleeding child in her arms, ran down the road screaming: "My baby's been shot, my baby's going to die." The hail of bullets, which witnesses say came from a shotgun and a smaller calibre weapon, struck the house and the toddler who was on a front-room couch. Police and Wanganui's mayor say Saturday night's attack, in which several shots were fired by Mongrel Mob members into the Black Power house, confirmed their worst fears about gang conflict in the area. Police now feared retaliation. A Black Power member who was on the property yesterday told The Dominion Post: "It's not over." Those responsible for the shooting were cowards, he said. Witnesses revealed that an earlier incident outside the house in Puriri St, Gonville, may have sparked the shooting. At 9pm, nearly an hour before the attack, three Mongrel Mob cars arrived in the street. Black Power members emerged and hurled abuse. Someone drove a four-wheel-drive on to a property, trying to run people over, witnesses said. Police attended but later left - and 20 minutes later, about 9.45pm, another three cars of Mongrel Mob members parked outside the house. A neighbour, who saw the attack from her window, said five shotgun blasts from one car were pumped into the house, followed by three shots that may have come from a pistol or a rifle. Black Power members charged from the house hurling objects as the cars sped off, the occupants shooting at power poles and street lights. Another neighbour, who ran to help as the toddler's mother ran screaming from the house, said she saw a red bloodstain on the girl's side seeping through her pyjamas. A neighbour tried to resuscitate the child, but when the ambulance arrived 30 minutes later she was dead, the woman said. Another resident, who had lived there for more than 20 years, said the Black Power moved into the house a few months ago. Since then, police, including the armed offenders squad, had been called several times. The drive-by shooting is not the first in Puriri St. In September 1997, a house was peppered with bullets. Police believed it was gang-related and an elderly woman and her grandchild were lucky to escape injury. The two-year-old killed on Saturday night was an only child and her father is believed to be a Black Power member. Inspector Duncan McLeod said both parents were home at the time. "They are obviously devastated. It doesn't matter who they are or what their backgrounds are, they are loving parents and my heart goes out to them." Extra officers would be brought in from outside the district and armed police would patrol Wanganui streets, including suburbs that housed out-of-town gang members, to prevent the tensions escalating, Mr McLeod said. Wanganui Mayor Michael Laws, a former MP, said gang violence in Wanganui had tripled during the past three years, from 15 gang brawls in 2004 to 48 last year. There was an "awful and appalling inevitability" about the two-year-old's death, he said. Parliament had to change the law and make it illegal to be in a gang.

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#3 11 years ago

"It's not over!"

Yes, that's the spirit! Go and do the same to them! Kill off a few of their kids! Don't keep it at one, kill five! They hit you, you hit them back harder.

Goddamn utter retards, these gang members. Ugh.

Poor, poor kid. Caught up in the middle of a fight between idiots with guns, because her dad might have a few too little IQ points to actually go out and have a normal job.

These kinds of people disgust me.




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#4 11 years ago

That is so sad :( The city where I live doesnt have much gang activity, at least none that I know of but I can be wrong. I am truly saddened when I hear of such things. Gangs honestly are an ever growing problem that needs to be resolved but doesnt look like it will be anytime soon.




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#5 11 years ago

(Sorry for the size 5, the net was timing out.) Yeah really sad, always the innocent die. Dont think I could ever hit back at their kids though, thats just as bad. But heck, the cops there need to start being harder. Thing is everyone is so down on the poilce cause they get hard!




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#6 11 years ago

Shit like this happens all the time around here. My city - Huntington, West Virginia - has been taken over by gang and drug problems. As an example: A kid at my school was pregnant by a gang banger. She killed the baby by taking like 20 birth control pills.




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#7 11 years ago

It was good for those gang members to do so, it was meant to happen... Why?So the kid wouldn't have to grow up in such a horrible enviorment, and that little burst of pain probably went a long way to prevent a hurting soul from living the rest of their life seeing these things.... So, some actual good came out of it...




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#8 11 years ago
It was good for those gang members to do so, it was meant to happen... Why?So the kid wouldn't have to grow up in such a horrible enviorment, and that little burst of pain probably went a long way to prevent a hurting soul from living the rest of their life seeing these things.... So, some actual good came out of it...

Pardon my French....

are you fuckin stupid or just extremely ignorant?




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#9 11 years ago

We have gang violence here and there have been some drive bys and there have been some kills killed and wounded. Alot of it is believed to be because our city is on the Drug superhighway, people trying to move drugs to Chicago and cities north.

With the large unemployement situation here we are also now having a large influx of Hispanics so now we are having Hispanic and Black gang problems and sometimes with each other.

Been alot of execution style murders thought to be drug related here too.




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#10 11 years ago
UGSAce;3664191Pardon my French.... are you fuckin stupid or just extremely ignorant?

Damn!! Thats what I was thinking, how stupid! :uhm: