Historic Horror: Man fatally beaten n...

Historic Horror: Man fatally beaten near Old City

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Chrobry

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#1 Jan 18, 2012
I heard on the radio, but only once, that the killers in the car following the cab were of apparent Middle Eastern ethnicity. Is there some fear in the media to report the truth and help this investigation along? What of the cab driver? Was he of Middle Eastern, or South Asian ancestry? Might the killers be related to him in some way that they felt they should meddle in the dispute and, eventually, assault and batter Mr. Kless to death?
Speaking of these foreign-born taxi drivers. Too many of them are brazen, reckless drivers who don't know the meaning of "defensive driving" because they never practiced that in their home countries. They honk their horns too much, startle pedestrians, make jack-rabbit starts with their taxis and don't follow the rules of the road, e.g. muscling in where there are solid lines indicating that a change of lanes is prohibited. In my opinion, these guys are immigrant camel or elephant jockeys transplanted behind the steering wheel of a Ford Crown Victoria.
My sympathies to Mr. Kless' Mother & Family.
My wishes are for the four bastards to be caught, so that they pay dearly.

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