Skip to comments.2 men open fire at Philadelphia playground, wounding 7
Posted on 07/15/2019 3:52:13 AM PDT by rightwingintelligentsia
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Authorities say two men opened fire at a crowded west Philadelphia playground, wounding seven people.
Police say several hundred people were at Baker Playground in the citys Overbrook neighborhood, where a cookout and basketball games were taking place, when the gunfire began just before 9 p.m. Saturday.
One person was shot several times, while others were wounded in the arms or legs or had graze wounds to the face or head. All were reported in stable condition.
Philadelphias police commissioner, Richard Ross, said the 18- to 25-year-old shooters werent firing at each other, but into the crowd. The motive remains unknown. Officers found 20 shell casings at the scene.
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Were people in that “crowd” rival gang members?
Gang A disses Gang B; Gang B replies with a drive-by. NRN. (Not Really News)
Never watched that show, but the premise is probably off...by the time they reach their teens the kids are usually ruined for relocation to civilized locations. So it spreads the cancer.
I thought the old Democrat program of “Throw ‘em a Basketball (based on an old racist joke it seems) from a decade or so ago was supposed to civilize this Democrat demographic. Could I possibly be wrong?
As if the Monkeybars weren’t dangerous enough.
“This wasnt an unarmed woman being mugged by thugs. This was a feral picnic being targeted by other ferals.”
city of brotherly love??
Thug turf war, I’d bet. Black-on-black violence, which the media ignores, because they secretly despise blacks.
Of course not. The media plays down black-on-black violence, because they’re racists.
There are about five of these so called ‘mass shootings’ per day. Black and latino gangs commit 90% of them...
I remember when UD was the largest HS in America and 100% white and Dougherty was the largest Catholic HS in America. Sadly the Crusaders are long gone now.
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