Skip to comments.3 men slain in Bronx, Brooklyn in violent start to weekend
Posted on 06/01/2013 8:25:03 AM PDT by ConservativeStatement
The hot weekend had a violent start, with three men slain in the Bronx and Brooklyn since yesterday evening, police said.
A gunman opened fire in Morris Heights about 8:45 p.m. yesterday, shooting Terrence Davis, 24, several times in the torso on W. Burnside Avenue near Davidson Avenue, cops said.
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Guess someone in nanny bloombergapart utopia missed the “No Guns Allowed” signs. Hate when that happens.
Say what you will, but at least no extra large colas or salty snacks were found at the scene.
I guess it was the “hot weekend” that caused these crimes and not the guns in the hands of the criminals they should be going after. Just take the guns from people who have them legally to make it easier for the felons to kill them.. That way the next “hot weekend” they can just blame it on the lack of air conditioning.
Chicago can only dream of such a peaceful weekend.
This is impossible! New York is a Gun Free City! Oh wait, some registered and permitted guns are allowed so these murders will be easy to solve. Just call those guns in. Problem solved!
Hope none of these gangbangers move to the South if they start shooting when the temperature is 85.
Gun laws at work. Bloomie is doing a great job.
Couldn’t we make a case for selling big gulps? If these criminals could get a big gulp drink to cool off, then they wouldn’t shoot somebody in hot weather??
I don’t think selling gulps would help. They would just shoot the seller and take his money. The gang units need to be reenforced and take to the streets.
My guess is that the cause was the shooters having also violated the transfats ban...and thus having been driven to "make poor decisions".
The Bronx keeps on making it; Brooklyn keeps on taking it, and Queens? Queens keeps on...
Broken windows need fixing. Where are Bratton and Giuliani now?
Maybe consumed a 20oz sodie pop.
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