Boston police still seek clues in triple homicide, 1 year later
Boston police have identified several "persons of interest" and released surveillance photographs they hope will spur leads in a deadly shooting that shocked the city a year ago Monday, taking the lives of three 22-year-old women who had just attended a festival and cookout together.
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#1 Aug 10, 2013
just a couple more dead black people.
Blacks don't care why should anyone else?
If blacks actually cared this black on black murder crap would have ended 50 years ago.
But alas and alack no one in the hood cares and the killing goes on here and other American cities cause blacks allow it to continue.
Notice this large scale murder nonsense doesn't occur in other ethnic or racial neighborhoods
except for those weird muslims who been killing each other since the year 850 AD over that suni vs shiete crap.
#3 Aug 19, 2013
I totally agree with this person. Living in the State of MA since 1970, i have seen the wave of violence remain steadily the same. Black neigborhoods are alwasy into killing and doing illicit activities. Nobody wants to work and want to live off scams and dealing drugs, etc. When I moved out of Dorchester/Mattapan 25 yers ago, I saw a different world (just around the corner). There was peace and quiet, no shootings, no cussing/arguing. No so many liquor stores, hair and nail salons and a lot less chinese Hair and Beuty Supply stores. Black folks in the hood need wo wake up and smell the coffee. Start taking responsibility for yourselves and your future.
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