Discussion in 'The News & Rumors Spot' started by rickyrich, Sep 7, 2018.
Yo... fuck this shit. Idk what to say anymore, clearly.
Why dont they test her for liquor/drugs and not just the deceased who cant defend themselves
She's just trying to play both sides. She wants to play the pro-gun card while still saying that niggers are responsible for their own deaths.
She should have been tested to see if she was under the influence of anything that very night. Haven't seen any reports on whether or not she was though.. I wouldn't be surprised at all if she wasn't tested
from the article stringer posted..
Blood was drawn that night
Regardless if he had weed or not. Its still manslaughter
you negroes gone learn about fucking with these white hoes. one way or another you nnegroes will learn.
At this point, many people should be, and are, aware of the tricks they try to pull like this.
Character assassination 101. Try to paint the false narrative of the victim being up to no good or committing any wrongdoing in order to convince the easily misled that they were responsible for their own deaths. Shit, in this very headline they don't even have the common decency to refer to him as a victim
Did they ever say how she got in his apartment?
She said the door was cracked if I remember correctly.
Oh ok smh ridiculous
Yeah, but neighbors said she was banging on the door and demanding to be let in, so he probably opened the door.
What's more interesting is that they found police gear within his apartment.
He's not a cop as far as we know so why does he have police stuff in his apartment?
Could it be perhaps that they belonged to the mayo bitch who shot him and therefore they actually knew each other?
The marijuana is a smokescreen for the real evidence they found which is the police stuff
CTG got that shit wrong about the gear...
To me the fact that she filed a noise complaint on him that same day is the most damning evidence for murder. Sound like she was tryna play apartment security guard on the side and lost her temper.
fair enough, thanks