15-Year-Old Boy Killed By Gunfire After Fight

Jan 17, 2013 Full story: NBC4i.com 38

A 15-year-old boy was shot and killed during an argument involving a group of local teens in the Linden area Thursday afternoon.

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now now hey

Columbus, OH

#1 Jan 17, 2013
Jeez, another black on black killing. If this senseless killing continues I'm going to favor abortions for this criminal parasitic underclass to pre-empt the wasteful welfare on a kid that will just end up getting killed. Then I'm going to write a letter to the sh^tstain obama and get him to punish whitey with punitive gun laws on the law abiding

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#2 Jan 17, 2013
now now hey wrote:
Jeez, another black on black killing. If this senseless killing continues I'm going to favor abortions for this criminal parasitic underclass to pre-empt the wasteful welfare on a kid that will just end up getting killed. Then I'm going to write a letter to the sh^tstain obama and get him to punish whitey with punitive gun laws on the law abiding
Interesting, isn't it?

The number of black kids who kill each other weekly across this nation [for years now] far exceeds the deaths of the 20 majority-white kids killed by an insane man at Sandy Hook Elementary. But, somehow, the Sandy Hook Elementary massacre galvanizes Barack Obama to take immediate gun control actions.[wink-wink]

Think about it.
Blacks who have been concerned about the murder of black youth should hate this man.

I hate him for a whole bunch of other reasons.
Latifah

Springboro, OH

#4 Jan 18, 2013
Kaewaun D. Coleman is just another example that there are too many guns on the streets.
Latifah

Springboro, OH

#5 Jan 18, 2013
-tip- wrote:
<quoted text>
Interesting, isn't it?
The number of black kids who kill each other weekly across this nation [for years now] far exceeds the deaths of the 20 majority-white kids killed by an insane man at Sandy Hook Elementary. But, somehow, the Sandy Hook Elementary massacre galvanizes Barack Obama to take immediate gun control actions.[wink-wink]
Think about it.
Blacks who have been concerned about the murder of black youth should hate this man.
I hate him for a whole bunch of other reasons.
Dredd Schott Case ruled that Blacks are 5/8th human and the Tuskegee experiment showed that Blacks are dehumanized just like happened during Hitler's War. When people are dehumanized they act this way.

We need jobs, jobs, jobs!!!!!!!
Telgin

Valley City, OH

#6 Jan 18, 2013
Latifah wrote:
Kaewaun D. Coleman is just another example that there are too many guns on the streets.
Just change the word guns to the correct answer.
now now hey

Columbus, OH

#7 Jan 18, 2013
Latifah wrote:
<quoted text>
Dredd Schott Case ruled that Blacks are 5/8th human and the Tuskegee experiment showed that Blacks are dehumanized just like happened during Hitler's War. When people are dehumanized they act this way.
We need jobs, jobs, jobs!!!!!!!
Again the stains quote the 5/8ths canard. Hey you lazy stains, why don't you all writie a letter to obama and share with him all of the excuses you come up with. Like, "When people are dehumanized they act this way."
Latifah

Springboro, OH

#8 Jan 18, 2013
now now hey wrote:
<quoted text>Again the stains quote the 5/8ths canard. Hey you lazy stains, why don't you all writie a letter to obama and share with him all of the excuses you come up with. Like, "When people are dehumanized they act this way."
Michelle Obama knows exactly what is going on in my community and among people of color. Did you ever hear of the NAACP? The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People? These agencies exist to fight against people like you.
Telgin

Valley City, OH

#9 Jan 18, 2013
Latifah wrote:
<quoted text>
Michelle Obama knows exactly what is going on in my community and among people of color. Did you ever hear of the NAACP? The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People? These agencies exist to fight against people like you.
You mean the coloreds have an exclusive group just for them? Sounds kinda racist, dontcha think?
now now hey

Columbus, OH

#10 Jan 18, 2013
Latifah wrote:
<quoted text>
Michelle Obama knows exactly what is going on in my community and among people of color. Did you ever hear of the NAACP? The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People? These agencies exist to fight against people like you.
What the hell does the first wookie have to do with the discussion? Speaking of founding organizations, the NRA was formed to help blacks with weapons training to help them turn back the KKK. Tell the first wookie to screech on that while throwing her excrement.
Latifah

Springboro, OH

#11 Jan 18, 2013
Telgin wrote:
<quoted text>You mean the coloreds have an exclusive group just for them? Sounds kinda racist, dontcha think?
No. We came to this land in chains two centauries ago and still suffer from institutional racism.
Latifah

Springboro, OH

#12 Jan 18, 2013
now now hey wrote:
<quoted text>What the hell does the first wookie have to do with the discussion? Speaking of founding organizations, the NRA was formed to help blacks with weapons training to help them turn back the KKK. Tell the first wookie to screech on that while throwing her excrement.
Your ugly slurs will not stop me from opposing your racist views.

“Don't trust the internet!”

Since: Jan 12

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#14 Jan 18, 2013
-tip- wrote:
<quoted text>
Interesting, isn't it?
The number of black kids who kill each other weekly across this nation [for years now] far exceeds the deaths of the 20 majority-white kids killed by an insane man at Sandy Hook Elementary. But, somehow, the Sandy Hook Elementary massacre galvanizes Barack Obama to take immediate gun control actions.[wink-wink]
Think about it.
Blacks who have been concerned about the murder of black youth should hate this man.
I hate him for a whole bunch of other reasons.
I know that a lotta folks are befuddled by complexities, but sometimes you gotta know when to move. I don't believe that Obama is any less concerned with this kind of killing than the shooting in Connecticut. But, the American public is.

In fact, if you listened to his words in response to Connecticut he drew attention to the many more murders of young people, including young black people, on the streets every single day. When he offered his package of recommendations, he made clear that in the one month since the school shooting 900 Americans have died from guns.

Maybe you have forgotten the beating that Obama took for uttering the simple words, "if I had a son, he would look like Trayvon Martin."

Yes, tip, I am certain that your hatred for President Obama goes far deeper than his actions or words in relationship to any single incident. And your hatred seems to be interfering with your capability to think clearly on any issues.

“Don't trust the internet!”

Since: Jan 12

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#15 Jan 18, 2013
Latifah wrote:
<quoted text>
Dredd Schott Case ruled that Blacks are 5/8th human and the Tuskegee experiment showed that Blacks are dehumanized just like happened during Hitler's War. When people are dehumanized they act this way.
We need jobs, jobs, jobs!!!!!!!
L.--Dred Scott, as I recall, determined that black slaves were property, a status that did not cease simply because they managed to escape a state that allowed slavery into a state that did not allow slavery. This allowed slave owners to pursue, capture and return those human beings that were considered to be their property across the Mason-Dixon line.

The 5/8ths rule was a compromise that went into the determination of population for the purpose of deciding how many representatives a given state sent to Congress. The Southern states were afraid of being outvoted by the Northern states if only those persons legally recognized as full citizens were included in their population count. The compromise was that they were allowed to count 5/8ths of the slave population.

Both rather embarrassing facts from our history, I agree. And certain such history does feed the present.

But in this case, I would urge that we focus on the present--a present in which safety and security are widely regarded as being best handled individually--rather than relying on the police--and guns are seen as a mark of manhood. Shooting someone is thought by many as simply something that a man is called upon to do in defense of self, property, family or reputation. And there are plenty of current slurs, put-downs and outright racism to be concerned with.

“animis opibusque parati”

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#16 Jan 18, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
<quoted text>
I know that a lotta folks are befuddled by complexities, but sometimes you gotta know when to move. I don't believe that Obama is any less concerned with this kind of killing than the shooting in Connecticut. But, the American public is.
In fact, if you listened to his words in response to Connecticut he drew attention to the many more murders of young people, including young black people, on the streets every single day. When he offered his package of recommendations, he made clear that in the one month since the school shooting 900 Americans have died from guns.
Maybe you have forgotten the beating that Obama took for uttering the simple words, "if I had a son, he would look like Trayvon Martin."
Yes, tip, I am certain that your hatred for President Obama goes far deeper than his actions or words in relationship to any single incident. And your hatred seems to be interfering with your capability to think clearly on any issues.
The guilt and/or innocence of Trayvon Martin has yet to be established by our judicial system.
Therefore, Obama's remarks were out of line.

If he, and those like him, were serious about reducing gun deaths, they wouldn't work toward the disarmament of innocent Americans.
Telgin

Valley City, OH

#17 Jan 18, 2013
Latifah wrote:
<quoted text>
No. We came to this land in chains two centauries ago and still suffer from institutional racism.
The chains, that you constantly refer to as if they are still in place, were removed 150 years ago but yet you still remain here, where you you imply you and your people dont belong or want to be. It all boils down to just more complaining from the whiner.
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#18 Jan 18, 2013
-tip- wrote:
<quoted text>
The guilt and/or innocence of Trayvon Martin has yet to be established by our judicial system.
Therefore, Obama's remarks were out of line.
If he, and those like him, were serious about reducing gun deaths, they wouldn't work toward the disarmament of innocent Americans.
The guilt and/or innocence of Trayvon Martin will never be determined by our judicial system.

“Don't trust the internet!”

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#19 Jan 18, 2013
-tip- wrote:
<quoted text>
The guilt and/or innocence of Trayvon Martin has yet to be established by our judicial system.
Therefore, Obama's remarks were out of line.
If he, and those like him, were serious about reducing gun deaths, they wouldn't work toward the disarmament of innocent Americans.
Trayvon Martin is accused of no crime. His "guilt or innocence" is not in question.
Telgin

Valley City, OH

#20 Jan 18, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
<quoted text>
Trayvon Martin is accused of no crime. His "guilt or innocence" is not in question.
Not anymore, he chose to go straight to the executioner on that fateful night he decided to attack an adult.
Latifah

Springboro, OH

#21 Jan 18, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
<quoted text>
L.--Dred Scott, as I recall, determined that black slaves were property, a status that did not cease simply because they managed to escape a state that allowed slavery into a state that did not allow slavery. This allowed slave owners to pursue, capture and return those human beings that were considered to be their property across the Mason-Dixon line.
The 5/8ths rule was a compromise that went into the determination of population for the purpose of deciding how many representatives a given state sent to Congress. The Southern states were afraid of being outvoted by the Northern states if only those persons legally recognized as full citizens were included in their population count. The compromise was that they were allowed to count 5/8ths of the slave population.
Both rather embarrassing facts from our history, I agree. And certain such history does feed the present.
But in this case, I would urge that we focus on the present--a present in which safety and security are widely regarded as being best handled individually--rather than relying on the police--and guns are seen as a mark of manhood. Shooting someone is thought by many as simply something that a man is called upon to do in defense of self, property, family or reputation. And there are plenty of current slurs, put-downs and outright racism to be concerned with.
Thank you Reader.
Latifah

Springboro, OH

#22 Jan 18, 2013
Telgin wrote:
<quoted text>The chains, that you constantly refer to as if they are still in place, were removed 150 years ago but yet you still remain here, where you you imply you and your people dont belong or want to be. It all boils down to just more complaining from the whiner.
Will you admit that you referred to me, a Black Female, as a gorilla, just today?

Will you admit that you used a similar term to describe the Presidents wife Michelle Obama?

Those are the chains I was referring to.

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