Abbeville Police investigate murder o...

Abbeville Police investigate murder of 19-year-old man

There are 63 comments on the KLFY-TV Lafayette story from Apr 28, 2013, titled Abbeville Police investigate murder of 19-year-old man. In it, KLFY-TV Lafayette reports that:

Abbeville police are investigating a murder that took place at the intersection of Martin Luther King Drive and Schlessinger Street.

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MrsCuldesac

Humble, TX

#48 May 5, 2013
The truth will come out, mark my word!
It'll be told throught this state & much more....
nah

Abbeville, LA

#49 May 5, 2013
when?
YEAH OK

Abbeville, LA

#50 May 5, 2013
MrsCuldesac wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, we shall see soon... That's all I'm going to say!
What's the hold up must be the same for most cases. Takes so long to get things done so they can make them arrest.
Mitchell

United States

#51 May 11, 2013
Sad wrote:
Number 8, its so sad...:(
Add another one off of ranch road.
normal

Abbeville, LA

#52 May 11, 2013
Another thug bites the bust yay.
james

United States

#53 May 13, 2013
Lol
crazy

Abbeville, LA

#54 May 13, 2013
This time outside of the city any suspects yet?
Watchin'

Abbeville, LA

#55 May 23, 2013
lemonjello wrote:
Once again, what is the number one killer of young black men? Young black men. They say a man turns to violence when he runs out of intellectual means of dealing with a situation. Does this mean we need more education? Does this mean we need more field trips to Angola? Do these youngsters really understand what life will be like in prison? Do they understand their slim chance of getting away with murder?
In Abbeville it appears the chances of getting away with murder is not so slim, considering the half dozen unsolved murders that occurred within the last year.
Watchin'

Abbeville, LA

#56 May 23, 2013
MrsCuldesac wrote:
Just really sad! I don't know if y'all remember that story I told a long time ago.... A black kid had stole my sons bike, but my son & I went to the sticks and found the kid on his bike! Well, that same kids is one that was burned in his vehicle, many years later!It starts out as simple as a bike theft, then homes, then drugs.... Next thing you know they are dead! Drugs is always involved... I don't care what y'all say. If we clean up the drug infestation then maybe kids will be saved!
And the sad part us most drugs are coming from their own parents!
How could murder not be bad business for the Good Ole Boys? It certainly documents the violence that stems from drug sales. They ( good ole boyz) need to be more responsible if not halt sales until something is done about gun violence where their money is being made. When a federal agency get wind of " the unsolveds'" or when the ATF get curious about the guns used to commit the murders, the good ole boyz going to show the city how sh'/ can roll uphill. Place better custodians over yo money boyz. These unsolveds' won't stay contained in vermillion / Acadiana area forever.
no good with no jobs

Abbeville, LA

#57 May 23, 2013
thugs killin each other

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#58 May 23, 2013
no good with no jobs wrote:
thugs killin each other
Carefull man, Dudes watchin.....#JS
truth hurts

Abbeville, LA

#59 May 23, 2013
so what ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#60 May 23, 2013
truth hurts wrote:
so what ,,,,,,,,,,
Are you related to "Ugly Truth? Please tell him hello for me! Lmao

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#61 May 23, 2013
[QUOTE who="Watchin'"]<q uoted text>
How could murder not be bad business for the Good Ole Boys? It certainly documents the violence that stems from drug sales. They ( good ole boyz) need to be more responsible if not halt sales until something is done about gun violence where their money is being made. When a federal agency get wind of " the unsolveds'" or when the ATF get curious about the guns used to commit the murders, the good ole boyz going to show the city how sh'/ can roll uphill. Place better custodians over yo money boyz. These unsolveds' won't stay contained in vermillion / Acadiana area forever.[/QUOTE] I feel you. You appear to be sane. I like that in a person. The drug war is a waste of our money! Lol @ drug war.
Mitchell

United States

#62 May 23, 2013
[QUOTE who="Watchin'"]<q uoted text>
How could murder not be bad business for the Good Ole Boys? It certainly documents the violence that stems from drug sales. They ( good ole boyz) need to be more responsible if not halt sales until something is done about gun violence where their money is being made. When a federal agency get wind of " the unsolveds'" or when the ATF get curious about the guns used to commit the murders, the good ole boyz going to show the city how sh'/ can roll uphill. Place better custodians over yo money boyz. These unsolveds' won't stay contained in vermillion / Acadiana area forever.[/QUOTE]That is the dumbest post I've ever read in my life!!!
You want murderers and drug dealers to "be more responsible"???
You want responsible dope dealers to " halt the gun violence"?
I see what your hinting at but evidently you don't know who's been providing the guns to the drug dealers abroad and domesticly.
Ever heard of " Fast and Furious"?!
Go tell that crap to Eric Holder.
truth hurts

Abbeville, LA

#63 May 23, 2013
NOTFADEAWAY wrote:
<quoted text>Are you related to "Ugly Truth? Please tell him hello for me! Lmao
I might be *wink*

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#64 May 23, 2013
Mitchell wrote:
<quoted text>That is the dumbest post I've ever read in my life!!!
You want murderers and drug dealers to "be more responsible"???
You want responsible dope dealers to " halt the gun violence"?
I see what your hinting at but evidently you don't know who's been providing the guns to the drug dealers abroad and domesticly.
Ever heard of " Fast and Furious"?!
Go tell that crap to Eric Holder.
I am amused at his hint of authority. Pfffftt

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#65 May 23, 2013
It would be nice ro get a peek at Holders emails. Must be nice to just absolve youself from the issues.
Mitchell

United States

#66 May 24, 2013
NOTFADEAWAY wrote:
It would be nice ro get a peek at Holders emails. Must be nice to just absolve youself from the issues.
Don't get me started!lol.
I fed up with holder, Lerner, the IRS,DOJ(ap+ fox scandal),Benghazi affairs. In other words, this whole BHO nightmare!
The press finally woke up. Now they need to get out of bed( with u know who) and roll back the covers.
Watchin'

Abbeville, LA

#67 May 24, 2013
Mitchell wrote:
[QUOTE who="Watchin'"]<q uoted text>
How could murder not be bad business for the Good Ole Boys? It certainly documents the violence that stems from drug sales. They ( good ole boyz) need to be more responsible if not halt sales until something is done about gun violence where their money is being made. When a federal agency get wind of " the unsolveds'" or when the ATF get curious about the guns used to commit the murders, the good ole boyz going to show the city how sh'/ can roll uphill. Place better custodians over yo money boyz. These unsolveds' won't stay contained in vermillion / Acadiana area forever. "

That is the dumbest post I've ever read in my life!!!
You want murderers and drug dealers to "be more responsible"???
You want responsible dope dealers to " halt the gun violence"?
I see what your hinting at but evidently you don't know who's been providing the guns to the drug dealers abroad and domesticly.
Ever heard of " Fast and Furious"?!
Go tell that crap to Eric Holder.
What's dumb is the good ole boyz see that even eric holder isn't immune to investigation and yet they do nothing to curve the negativity that murder could bring a city this size. Jux kneax, that right here in Abbeville there are multiple chartered and chartered organizations who should they appeal to their district, state and national affiliates for help to curve the violence. Unless they( the good ole boyz, and hopefully competent business people) got ties that can contain the FBI the ATF the DEA and the IRS investigations, their best policy is to do their part in curving violent crime in our city. The murders has definite rallied the people of the affected communities. This is the second or third week in a row I hear church music rather then rap music in the hood. Just as some people cleave to their guns and buy all the bullet in Walmart the people of the affected communities turn to religion.

Consider how MLK did so much from the alter.

Consider sandy hook.

Consider the current administrations stance on gun violence.

Consider a few good people in the NAACP appeal to their national chapters

Consider the ATF wanting to know how two hand guns from a lot sold at a Texas gun show was involved separate murders in district 15.

Massing together the people of the affected communities with the affected families to do one thing curve gun violence.

With that said the good ole boyz need to clean their act up. Unless of course there is no good ole boy system in the south, let things continue on as is. But the movement to heal the neighbor who will heal the hood who will heal the communities who will return the hood to a neighborhood, thus cleaning up Abbeville as a whole.

Oh what's meant for bad God means for good.
Another violent gun crime can't stop this. Another murder ( i pray never happens in abbeville again) would only perpetuate the greater good. Cleaning up my city.

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