Three teens shot on Hudson Ave.

Three teens shot on Hudson Ave.

There are 55 comments on the WHEC-TV Rochester, NY story from Sep 11, 2009, titled Three teens shot on Hudson Ave.. In it, WHEC-TV Rochester, NY reports that:

Police are investigating a triple shooting on Hudson Ave. Three teenagers were shot on the corner of Hudson Street and Weyl Street around 8:45 p.m. Friday.

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lolz

Rochester, NY

#1 Sep 11, 2009
3 for 1 deal night i guess
Figures

Rochester, NY

#2 Sep 11, 2009
God these kids in the city don't have a chance. Thanx 2pac, thanx biggiesmalls, thanx LL, thanx to those setting a wonderful example for these kids. Look up to Micheal Steele, Barack Obama, Tiger Woods, Look up these people instead of the POS I listed first kids.
keshia

Rochester, NY

#3 Sep 11, 2009
The suspect should take responsiblity for shooting my cousin and the others. He should be excuted to the fullest. Our kids should not feel lke they can not go outside or to the store. Crime in rochester is really getting bad.
Union Proud

Macedon, NY

#4 Sep 11, 2009
Shot a 12 year old in the face !!!

You fu-kin- cowards !!

Hope god sends them to Hell !
southofmonroecou nty

Mendon, NY

#5 Sep 12, 2009
There is an unfortunate reality surrounding and behind this and similar incidents. These are young inner-city "kids" who have developed a complete lack of respect for life, and any sense of right from wrong! In my opnion (an educated opinion from almost a decade of on-the-job experience) this is just a snapshot of things to come for the "ghetto" neighborhoods of Rochester. A ever growing number of young urban males with easy access to leathal weapons is the worst possible combination for anyone unfortunate enough to "disrespect" one of these dangerous thugs! Oops, did I say thugs? I should have said traumatized, left behind, under-served, overlooked and misunderstood youth who should be given 2nd, 3rd, and 4th chances in the family court system before anyone starts to take then seriously! Good luck Rochester, I'll stay out here in the cornfields to your south!
toni

Rochester, NY

#6 Sep 12, 2009
alot of it has to do with these parents teaching these kids not to listen to adults especially in school just because the teacher is white. these parents are the problem teaching these kids this is the way to live the gansta life. i left the city i was sick of how people act.
law bringer

Alden, NY

#7 Sep 12, 2009
it must have been the masked gunman with dreadlocks. We should pass a law in the inner city that would give the death sentence to anyone caught with a gun

Since: Sep 09

United States

#8 Sep 12, 2009
It never ends and now they are shooting 12 yr old girls.
cblue

Rochester, NY

#9 Sep 12, 2009
It was a masked man with dreds!
cblue

Rochester, NY

#10 Sep 12, 2009
Figures wrote:
God these kids in the city don't have a chance. Thanx 2pac, thanx biggiesmalls, thanx LL, thanx to those setting a wonderful example for these kids. Look up to Micheal Steele, Barack Obama, Tiger Woods, Look up these people instead of the POS I listed first kids.
LL has never promoted violence! The kids at that age dont listen to 2pac or biggie.Both of which are lyrically the most gifted rappers to stepped into the game.It's what they see from their parents and friends.I grew up listening to Pac never did I shoot someone, never did I sell drugs, never did I do something and blame Pac and Biggie!

Since: Aug 09

Rochester, NY

#11 Sep 12, 2009
cblue wrote:
<quoted text> LL has never promoted violence!
LL promoted violence when he first came out in the mid-late 80's. Pac and B.I.G. were in the 90's. These kids don't know who the hell these people are. They listen to 50 cent. He's a bad-@$$ too. But you can't blame music on the things that people do. People are responsible for their own actions. I promise you that justice will be done for these three young children. The person responsible will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
Local Guy

Webster, NY

#12 Sep 12, 2009
Figures wrote:
God these kids in the city don't have a chance. Thanx 2pac, thanx biggiesmalls, thanx LL, thanx to those setting a wonderful example for these kids. Look up to Micheal Steele, Barack Obama, Tiger Woods, Look up these people instead of the POS I listed first kids.
I agree on your role model examples except don't be like Obama and become a puppet for the private banks.
Watch the Obama Deception on Youtube.
no one cares

Canandaigua, NY

#13 Sep 12, 2009
can you say anger management? yo where da mama? speaking of anger,did you notice mrs B. hussein Obama @ the saviors speach,she never smiles and has a deep angeron her face . Take a look next time.
Freddy

United States

#16 Sep 12, 2009
"I agree on your role model examples except don't be like Obama and become a puppet for the private banks.
Watch the Obama Deception on Youtube."

Can turn a story about 3 kids getting shot into a political statement. Well done monron.

I'm not an Obama supporter. I just don't have any respect for the loud mouths on the right.
Sue in Wayne County

Williamson, NY

#17 Sep 12, 2009
keshia wrote:
The suspect should take responsiblity for shooting my cousin and the others. He should be excuted to the fullest. Our kids should not feel lke they can not go outside or to the store. Crime in rochester is really getting bad.
Is this the same Keisha who is friends with Tyquan? YHou hang out in a bad crowd, girl.
Sue in Wayne County

Williamson, NY

#18 Sep 12, 2009
Let me guess. . . they were walking one-and-a-half miles to school at the time. . .
rochester

New York, NY

#19 Sep 12, 2009
In time they will wipe each other out.........dumb!
upset

Canandaigua, NY

#20 Sep 12, 2009
12 year old gets shot, and instead of meaningful discussion, just blatant ignorance, way to go guys

just keep on blaming everything else, its not like your ignorance contributes to the problem
Time

Naples, FL

#22 Sep 12, 2009
Who Cares. Find something more important to write about
cblue

Rochester, NY

#23 Sep 12, 2009
Gauge Campbell wrote:
<quoted text>LL promoted violence when he first came out in the mid-late 80's. Pac and B.I.G. were in the 90's. These kids don't know who the hell these people are. They listen to 50 cent. He's a bad-@$$ too. But you can't blame music on the things that people do. People are responsible for their own actions. I promise you that justice will be done for these three young children. The person responsible will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
That was rap battling.That is when rapping was about being a better MC!NWA, Ice T Snoop started "gangsta" rap.West coast. That's whole different ball of wax. Music is not the problem poor parenting is the problem. It's BS to blame the music industry for people's choices.

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