Cops: Domestic dispute leaves 3 dead in Kirkwood home
There are 2 comments on the The Atlanta Journal-Constitution story from Sep 9, 2011, titled Cops: Domestic dispute leaves 3 dead in Kirkwood home. In it, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that:
But Thursday, the two were found dead in Pearson's Kirkwood home with her son, 24-year-old Darryl Pearson, victims of what police believe was a double murder-suicide. "This didn't have to happen this way," said Nicole Pearson, who lost her mother and her brother to the incident, as she arrived on the scene of the incident later Thursday afternoon.
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Since: Jan 10
#1 Sep 11, 2011
A family friend, Schquetta Hammond, said Woods was suspected because he had a key to the house. Wow, that Schquetta should be made a detective by the Atlanta Police Dept.
No kidding, hey what happened to just saying good by? Is this the new way these people now settle disputes? We must remember these are these are the same ones who voted for Mayor Mohammad, obama, "Tip" Johnson, and Cynthia McKinney.
#2 Oct 28, 2012
Actually, I said he DIDN'T have a key...he cut two slits in the screen door...the first too small for his hand to get in, the 2nd, larger one, just right...unlocked the door from within, and snuck in the house. He didn't have a key...and no one would EVER have let him in. We lived around the situation, so we understand it fully. I'm not a family friend...I'm her daughter-in-law. I've been with Nicole Pearson since high school (age 15) and we are nearing our 30s now, and her mother has treated me as, and referred to me as, her daughter for over a decade. We lived very closely with one another for many years, even during the few off times in life when we weren't living under one roof. As for your ill-fated and IGNORANT remark about being "the same people who voted for Obama..." you don't know me OR my people, who they voted for, or if they even vote (I don't know what Charles Woods did, but the rest of us do vote). What makes you assume you know who we voted for, or who we would vote for? If you are assuming and/or insinuating that we must have voted for him since he's black, or maybe because we're black...but that would be as IGNORANT as NOT voting for him because he's black. I don't vote race, I don't vote gender, I vote politics...and like (i assume and hope) every other American...I vote for what I logically assume is best for me as a citizen of this country. We don't have to worry about whether Obama will run the country into the ground as long as we have a bunch of waiting and willing IGNORANT ass Americans to do it for us!!!
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