Friends of murder-suicide victim: 'We don't want her to be overshadowed'

Dec 2, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Kansas City Star

A day after Kasandra Perkins died of multiple gunshot wounds and the boyfriend who killed her then killed himself, friends and neighbors are beginning to describe the young, new mother.She would take walks with her baby daughter, Zoey, outside their home in the 5400 block of Crysler Avenue in Kansas City, took pride in decorating the home she and ... (more)

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He didnt drive around KC after the shooting, he drove directly to the stadium, and arrived there within 15 minutes of killing her.
Also, committing suicide is NOT an easy way out, it takes alot of nerve. I know you couldnt do it right now.
I would never do that. The pain it leaves for the family and friends is horrific. I would never inflict that kind of pain on my loved ones. It's selfish as hell. Get help, counseling, talk to someone, hell, go for a walk! Don't go off and kill the mother of your child and leave your baby an orphan!

Ok. So he only drove around a little bit. Big deal. I could care less about him right now. People should be more concerned about his girlfriend, her family and child. Good luck getting into heaven on this round!

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Oh. And BTW. How do you know it takes a lot of nerve? I'm going to assume you've never done it, or are you a failure at that, too?
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you would wish with all your heart Dooshbag that you'd never know how I know. all I know is you'd never handle it.

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="Liberty Warrio"]The NFL has got to do something to protect the family and friends of NFL players. This is the 5th murderer in 2012. May God Bless all the families involved. Sad indeed but the 5th murder this year? by an NFL player? You sure about that? Who were the 4 others?

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The NFL has got to do something to protect the family and friends of NFL players. This is the 5th murderer in 2012. May God Bless all the families involved.
Please, do not confuse murder with suicide - they're not even close.

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Screw all this NFL do something talk....How about millionaire sport's stars take responsibility for THEMSELVES?

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The suicide rate is still higher for the military per capita than it is for the NFL - I wonder why we don't have a thread for that?

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The suicide rate is still higher for the military per capita than it is for the NFL - I wonder why we don't have a thread for that?
I still cannot believe the Veteren's Administration cut funding for the service dogs, that help those returning with battle stress issues....it was a program that cost so little, and did so much good...happened during the election campaigns, so it got little notice....

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The VA has lost a lot of funding over the last year or so. I've seen some of their better programs slashed up here. They had an apartment complex across the street from the VA center to house families of wounded veterans while they recouperated at the hospital. Now those same families have to stay at the Holiday Inn down the block at a cost to those families. I consider that a lack of respect.

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That is why i recoil so much, at bold talk about Iran, especially when we can't afford to fully take care of our own.....

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That is why i recoil so much, at bold talk about Iran, especially when we can't afford to fully take care of our own.....
Don't get me wrong - even at half speed, the veteran care nowadays is still 10 times better than we got when we returned from Vietnam.

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Don't get me wrong - even at half speed, the veteran care nowadays is still 10 times better than we got when we returned from Vietnam.
I understand...had two brothers, come back from Vietnam...one took his own life...the other has done well, retired a Chicago FD Captain, raised a family, but now is in a wheelchair, and they have traced it to his exposure to Agent Orange, as partially responsible.....

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<quoted text> I understand...had two brothers, come back from Vietnam...one took his own life...the other has done well, retired a Chicago FD Captain, raised a family, but now is in a wheelchair, and they have traced it to his exposure to Agent Orange, as partially responsible.....
I lucked out with that sh*t - Navy.

I know quite a few guys that came back with that though - that's some wicked sh*t.

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I grew up in a kinda bad area of S.Chicago, and am frankly surprised, that the NFL, and especially the NBA...don't have more problems like this...you know, Jerry Jones supposedly has kinda security/babysitters that moniter Dez Bryant, 24/7?
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SSRI StoriesAntidepressant Nightmares

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enhancers steroids stimulants = rage depression paranoia impotence strokes heart attacks brain damage organ damage
in some studies linked to dna alterations and birth defects
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