Black Lesbo Gangs Battle to the Death

Black Lesbo Gangs Battle to the Death

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Lon

Indianapolis, IN

#1 Jul 3, 2012
Those who knew Larretha “Lala” Draughon say she was two people. One was the "sweet" young woman with worlds of basketball talent — an Indiana All-Star with a college scholarship and a bright future. The other ran with the wrong crowd. She was "prone" to "attitude" issues, used drugs and once tried to rob a Long John Silver’s.
Lon

Indianapolis, IN

#2 Jul 3, 2012
Lala is the one who died after the battle.

Did the rest have a Wesson Oil party?

What will they do at the Expo?
Lon

Indianapolis, IN

#3 Jul 3, 2012
"It felt good (to get out)-- it felt unbelievable, really," said Draughon, who was featured on the Oprah Winfrey Network show "Breaking Down the Bars." "I'm still in shock now that I'm here, that I actually got out and was able to do what I'm doing now."

Vincennes women's basketball coach Harry Meeks recruited Draughon in high school when the 5-9 guard known as Lala helped lead coach Charlie Brown's Space Pioneers to a 16-6 record and Indianapolis Public Schools Athletic Conference title in 2007-08 -- losing to state finalist Bishop Chatard 70-63 in the sectional semifinals -- while averaging 20.2 points and 13.4 rebounds per game.

"She was an exceptional athlete," Meeks said, "a very good player."

Draughon was also a solid student with a 3.0 grade-point average and "she had personality," in the words of Brown. Brown and his wife, Sandy, viewed themselves as Draughon's "adopted parents."

"She had everything going for her," Brown said.

Then came the incident.

On April 24, 2008, Draughon and two others were arrested and accused of trying to rob a Long John Silver's restaurant, according to police. The robbery attempt failed, according to the police report, because officers arrived while it was happening.

Draughon called it "a bad decision," saying, "I just really don't know what led us to do what we did."

At the time Brown was shocked. "Hurt," he said. Same with Meeks, although the coaches supported Draughon during the trial and Brown was her first visitor in prison.

Draughon, meanwhile, experienced fear.

"I was just feeling like my life was over," said Draughon, who was removed from the Indiana All-Star team after the arrest. "Everything that I worked for, I thought it was all gone."

She eventually pleaded guilty to one count of robbery and went to prison. Once at the medium-security Rockville facility, Draughon agreed to do the Oprah show "just to get my story out there," she said.

Her story wasn't an easy one to live -- "Of course you have bad moments when you're confined," she said -- but it also wasn't unbearable. Few people visited, but that was her choice; she didn't want people to see her that way. She wrote letters and made some phone calls, but she "pretty much tried to shut the outside out" -- including Brown, Meeks, her mother, Luretha Wilson, and grandmother, Phyllis Wilson.

She interacted with counselors and longtime prisoners, whom she credited with making her stay in Rockville tolerable; even, in a way, beneficial.
Lon

Indianapolis, IN

#4 Jul 3, 2012
"I was just feeling like my life was over," said Draughon.

I wonder is she is telepathing this from the morgue today?
UAW

Indianapolis, IN

#5 Jul 3, 2012
Blacks people are driven into this thuggish behavior by the rich and the elite.
UAW

Indianapolis, IN

#6 Jul 3, 2012
"We have loss a star." "She was such a good role model." "She was what all dad want in a daughter."

Larretha "Lala" Draughon, 22, died in an early morning shootout on Indianapolis' west side Tuesday.

Draughon was a freshman at Vincennes University in 2011-12, according to a statement from university officials. She was a member of the university's women's basketball team, and she played in 20 games for the Trailblazers last season, averaging 10.8 points per game.

"We are all so saddened to hear of Larretha’s passing; …it’s just a senseless loss of a young life," Vincennes women’s basketball coach and athletic director Harry Meeks said in a news release. "Teammates and coaches become like families and try to be there for each other in both good and bad times. We wish very much that Larretha could have been with us instead of the location of this horrible incident."

Police are still investigating the events that led up to the shooting.
link

Indianapolis, IN

#7 Jul 3, 2012
INDIANAPOLIS -

Indianapolis Metro Police are investigating a shooting incident near Ben Davis Park overnight that left one person dead and several injured.

Officers say several young women gathered in the park late Monday night to settle a dispute. Just before 12:30 am, a 21-year-old woman called 911 from the 7400 block of West 21st Street. Officers arrived and found her with gunshot wounds to her leg and hip, sitting in a car in the Liberty Oaks housing complex. She was taken by ambulance in critical condition to IU Health Methodist Hospital.

During their investigation they found a young woman, Larretha Draughon, shot to death and two others wounded by gunfire. Two men, 21 and 25 years old, also suffered gunshot wounds. Police determined that multiple shots were fired during the incident and several parties fled the scene afterwards.

Paramedics and officers saw a black male running eastbound on 21st as they responded to the scene, and officers from Speedway Police Department detained him along with some others who were northbound on Girl's School Road. A vehicle leaving the scene was stopped and the occupants were detained on W. 10th Street.

A concerned mother who lives nearby was too scared to go on camera, but she told us although fireworks are banned she thought she heard some firecrackers - until police started showing up.

"It was that initial pop, pop, pop, bang, bang and then it stopped. It makes me very nervous to think that there is that kind of activity going on. It's very unusual. This is not an area normally where that happens. We don't have crime like that in this area. Its been very safe. So, It does make me nervous," she said.
Betty

Indianapolis, IN

#8 Jul 3, 2012
So sad. She had so much potential. She was so good and full of life. She helped people anyway she could. She was the life of the party. She was always so healthy and fun.
The Ultimate Kaptoz

Indianapolis, IN

#9 Jul 4, 2012
This once again shows the lack of real responsibility in the black communities , They will find a way to blame white people for this recent violent thuggish act at the Ben Davis ballpark .This reminds me of an incident when I was at a local store shopping, The new black female employee was on her cell phone while ringing up my items, She was talking about a fight she got into on her cell phone and how the girl she beat up said she was jumped, This black employee was boasting that she would beat down that Bit&h again , Just name the time and place she said. I was thinking to myself , Is this the kind of help this store hires, I think I will shop elsewhere from now on, She had tatted on her arm Bad "Bit&h" . This now dead girl was featured on Oprah show while in jail. She even got to go to college and play basketball. I'm waiting to see what the black community will do and who they will blame for this girl blowing it all.
haha

Indianapolis, IN

#10 Jul 4, 2012
In February, Draughon was suspended from the Vincennes basketball team for breaking a team rule: Having a bad attitude.

Shocking
haha

Indianapolis, IN

#11 Jul 4, 2012
The Ultimate Kaptoz wrote:
This once again shows the lack of real responsibility in the black communities , They will find a way to blame white people for this recent violent thuggish act at the Ben Davis ballpark .This reminds me of an incident when I was at a local store shopping, The new black female employee was on her cell phone while ringing up my items, She was talking about a fight she got into on her cell phone and how the girl she beat up said she was jumped, This black employee was boasting that she would beat down that Bit&h again , Just name the time and place she said. I was thinking to myself , Is this the kind of help this store hires, I think I will shop elsewhere from now on, She had tatted on her arm Bad "Bit&h" . This now dead girl was featured on Oprah show while in jail. She even got to go to college and play basketball. I'm waiting to see what the black community will do and who they will blame for this girl blowing it all.
People that know the girl keep insisting that she was just in the wrong place, at the wrong time. HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHA She had been in prison AT LEAST TWICE. and she had just been released the DAY BEFORE SHE DIED. There are certain people that are just bad seeds. Unfortunately the black community has way more than their fair share. Be glad the girl is gone and no longer a burden to society. She had a free ride scholarship to VCU, which she abused. That was total money wasted and then how much did taxpayers spend on her while she was in prison??? She didn't want to be rehabilitated. She was a thug. GLAD SHE IS GONE!
haha

Indianapolis, IN

#12 Jul 4, 2012
Betty wrote:
So sad. She had so much potential. She was so good and full of life. She helped people anyway she could. She was the life of the party. She was always so healthy and fun.
sounds like it was a heck of a last party. dream on lady. she was a criminal that had the charming ability to pull the wool over your eyes.
WOW

Indianapolis, IN

#13 Jul 4, 2012
This is the most idiotic reasoning I have had the pleasure of reading in some time. How do you take the actions of two individuals and play the blame game. I have come across numerous of individuals that are socially challenged and have made bad decisions, of all races. Sounds like you just have a problem with the African American society period. Suggestion.....GET OVER IT. Life is truly too short. If you can't be part of making a positive solution, then just SHUT UP. When the person, was on the phone talking, if you did not want to confront her, did you speak to her supervisor or manager. Explain the situation, so that the employee was made aware of the inappropriate behavior. Posititive. Or did you just go and bump your gums to anyone that would litsen to your experience. Negative. How does your race expain you??? As I see it there is a family mourning and instead of one bit of human kindness or condolences coming from you, you write that crap.
The Ultimate Kaptoz wrote:
This once again shows the lack of real responsibility in the black communities , They will find a way to blame white people for this recent violent thuggish act at the Ben Davis ballpark .This reminds me of an incident when I was at a local store shopping, The new black female employee was on her cell phone while ringing up my items, She was talking about a fight she got into on her cell phone and how the girl she beat up said she was jumped, This black employee was boasting that she would beat down that Bit&h again , Just name the time and place she said. I was thinking to myself , Is this the kind of help this store hires, I think I will shop elsewhere from now on, She had tatted on her arm Bad "Bit&h" . This now dead girl was featured on Oprah show while in jail. She even got to go to college and play basketball. I'm waiting to see what the black community will do and who they will blame for this girl blowing it all.
HOW

Indianapolis, IN

#14 Jul 4, 2012
WOW wrote:
<quoted text>This is the most idiotic reasoning I have had the pleasure of reading in some time. How do you take the actions of two individuals and play the blame game. I have come across numerous of individuals that are socially challenged and have made bad decisions, of all races. Sounds like you just have a problem with the African American society period. Suggestion.....GET OVER IT. Life is truly too short. If you can't be part of making a positive solution, then just SHUT UP. When the person, was on the phone talking, if you did not want to confront her, did you speak to her supervisor or manager. Explain the situation, so that the employee was made aware of the inappropriate behavior. Posititive. Or did you just go and bump your gums to anyone that would litsen to your experience. Negative. How does your race expain you??? As I see it there is a family mourning and instead of one bit of human kindness or condolences coming from you, you write that crap.
Watch how black expo goes and has gone EVERY year.

Condolences for what! She was a criminal!!!
The Ultimate Kaptoz

Indianapolis, IN

#15 Jul 4, 2012
Yes all the black thugs in America are so positive teaching younger black kids to be thugs like themselves . Face it the stats and figures don't lie when it comes to the black crime rate compared to any other race in the same percentage. They still commit the most violent and deadly crimes against their own race and against the white race.The amount of them filling up our prisons and jails is a fact. Yes even drug dealers kill and so do drug users for the choice of drug they are addicted to.Wtch the show The Fist 48 on tv . You will see most the criminals portrayed in the inner cities are black or Hispanics. Now under Obama and Eric Holder, They are calling even white Asians white or Hispanics with white SKIN WHITE. It's how they can distort the true crime rate.They hate to admit that their own black people are natural born killers and racist.The girl had people in her court trying to steer her toward the right direction, She wanted to be a thug , She wanted to be a nappy headed thug like those girls who played for the Rutgers girls basketball team, Don Imus was fired for pointing out the truth of those black girls at Rutgers. They dawned the tatts and listened to gangsta rap.You wear the label of being a thug, They you become the product of that label.I agree one less lady thug on our streets to be a menace to society, We are suppose to feel sorry for her just because she could play basketball well? That's the problem in the black inner cities, They focus on hating white people and sports only.Just because they play a sport well , Society is suppose to always cut them a break when they are mere thugs.They have every opportunity and more than even white people now to succeed , They still have affirmative action and quotas to get them into any job opening or any college without even being qualified , Like the President they all voted for named Bad-rak Hussien Obama their thug in command. I wonder how many blacks now think I should be arrested for calling Obama a bad Thug President lol.One black teacher told her white student he wasn't allowed to criticize Obama lol.Thank you NEA for graduating such brilliant black teachers lol
Yankee

Indianapolis, IN

#16 Jul 4, 2012
The lesbian thing bothers me.
It is honorable to die in a war of you turf, but to die for a leso lover.
Man can we just get along?
Can we just get together and oil up and have an orgy?
Tom

Indianapolis, IN

#17 Jul 4, 2012
Besure and stuff that apple in her mouth because she is a screamer.
yes

Indianapolis, IN

#18 Jul 4, 2012
Tom wrote:
Besure and stuff that apple in her mouth because she is a screamer.
Lol that's what the girls in prison said
maker not a taker

Greenfield, IN

#19 Jul 4, 2012
As I prepare to grill out my 3 fat slabs of baby back ribs and eat fresh potatoe salad from my garden and spend the day in the pool with my family, I am going to give thanks and toast that this thug is dead so my tax dollars don't have to go to support her.

I also hope those poor people at the Long John Silvers who were terrorized are having a good day too.

Although I blame the mother and father. If they can be found and identified they should be punished. Happy Independence day to all and God Bless America!
stasia

United States

#20 Jul 4, 2012
haha wrote:
<quoted text>
People that know the girl keep insisting that she was just in the wrong place, at the wrong time. HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHA She had been in prison AT LEAST TWICE. and she had just been released the DAY BEFORE SHE DIED. There are certain people that are just bad seeds. Unfortunately the black community has way more than their fair share. Be glad the girl is gone and no longer a burden to society. She had a free ride scholarship to VCU, which she abused. That was total money wasted and then how much did taxpayers spend on her while she was in prison??? She didn't want to be rehabilitated. She was a thug. GLAD SHE IS GONE!
@Hagar bitch u dnt know her and u need to watch your mouth remember God don't like ugly and u will get yours hope u live to c tommorow bitch

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