Man, Woman Found Stabbed Inside Kensington Home

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Two people were found stabbed to death inside a home Monday, police said. The man and woman were found dead inside a home on the 1900 block of East Monmouth Street in the Kensington section of Philadelphia , ...
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MeAtHome

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#2
May 20, 2008
 
Had to have been one of those evil assault knives!
How come the chief of police isnt screaming for an assault knife ban? hmmmmm
WTF

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May 20, 2008
 
MeAtHome wrote:
Had to have been one of those evil assault knives!
How come the chief of police isnt screaming for an assault knife ban? hmmmmm
DO you realize how stupid that comment sounds?
Voice Within

Philadelphia, PA

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#4
May 20, 2008
 
It's a rowhome. Neither of the neighbors heard any screams or yelling? I'm sure there was a lot of commotion going on during the attacks. But then again, that's the world we live in now: Everyone covers their eyes and lives by "I see and hear no evil" therefore, mind their business and allow criminals to get away.
Michelle

Gibbstown, NJ

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#5
May 20, 2008
 
Obviously someone heard something and called the police. To blame the neighbors for turning a bliind eye is obviously a WRONG statement! I question why the police didn't look further into the situation. Could those two unfortunate people be in the hospital now instead of being dead? Who knows. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of them both!
J on the Block

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#6
May 20, 2008
 
I live across from where this happened. Funny thing was that someone called the cops to that house because they were out front on Saturday, but because no one answered the door, the police men left (after a few knockes) and a body is found a few days late. hmm. Sounds like wrongful death to me.
Michelle

Horsham, PA

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#7
May 21, 2008
 
I don't understand if the cops seen the window broken why didn't they take further actions. The couple may had been alive if maybe the cops would of did there job. and not just left it alone.
FAMILY WANTS JUSTICE

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#8
May 22, 2008
 
it was a traggedy of what happened to my uncle he could have been alive if the plice woud have done thier job they break in other places when its not necessary if the window was broken it could have been a sighn of violance or a call for help now the one that needs help is the victims family no one can replace what the murderer took from us he torcherd and inocent man and woman plese find the person or persons that took thier lives I COULD ONLY SAY TO MY UNCLE AND HIS GIRLFRIEND REST IN PEACE WE LOVE THEM VERY MUCH
rocky balboa

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#9
May 22, 2008
 
i am vey sorry for you loss but your anger at the police is misdirected. they are not responsible for the deaths. the individual(s) who butchered them is responsible. and by the way if you have time go get your GED and learn how to spell. reading your post was like reading latin.
LATINA

Philadelphia, PA

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#10
May 22, 2008
 
It's a very sad tragedy what happened to the couple and the violence that continues to be happening elsewhere. As for your comment, it's a tragedy that you have so much time on your hands to critisize someone at a time of grievance.

GET A LIFE!
NaNi

Philadelphia, PA

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#11
May 22, 2008
 
R.I.P titi!!
and yes y didnt the cops do their job and go in there just to meke sure everything is ok?
all of this bulshit need to stop!!
underground

Huntingdon Valley, PA

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May 22, 2008
 
I am failing to see how this is any fault of the cops if no one called to say there was something wrong. Maybe the cops would do something if the neighborhood would drop the don't snitch attitude. All I see on this board are pathetic low lives who want to blame the cops for everything and complain that they are being harrased for no reason. So now the same people want the cops to break into some Kensington shit hole row home when they had no reason to? Give me a break.
Lisa

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May 22, 2008
 
underground wrote:
I am failing to see how this is any fault of the cops if no one called to say there was something wrong. Maybe the cops would do something if the neighborhood would drop the don't snitch attitude. All I see on this board are pathetic low lives who want to blame the cops for everything and complain that they are being harrased for no reason. So now the same people want the cops to break into some Kensington shit hole row home when they had no reason to? Give me a break.
AMEN!
Cletus

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May 22, 2008
 
FAMILY WANTS JUSTICE wrote:
it was a traggedy of what happened to my uncle he could have been alive if the plice woud have done thier job they break in other places when its not necessary if the window was broken it could have been a sighn of violance or a call for help now the one that needs help is the victims family no one can replace what the murderer took from us he torcherd and inocent man and woman plese find the person or persons that took thier lives I COULD ONLY SAY TO MY UNCLE AND HIS GIRLFRIEND REST IN PEACE WE LOVE THEM VERY MUCH
Sorry to hear about your uncle but how long was he addicted to crack?
Voice Within

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May 23, 2008
 
underground wrote:
I am failing to see how this is any fault of the cops if no one called to say there was something wrong. Maybe the cops would do something if the neighborhood would drop the don't snitch attitude. All I see on this board are pathetic low lives who want to blame the cops for everything and complain that they are being harrased for no reason. So now the same people want the cops to break into some Kensington shit hole row home when they had no reason to? Give me a break.
Agree! That was what I was trying to say in my previous post.
ShellyH

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#16
May 23, 2008
 
I do feel it is a disgrace that we never hear any progress on this investigation. I hate to think the cops arent doing their best to find the animal who did this and get him off the street, because it was a drug area. If I remember correctly a few years back a woman murdered by the hands of a similar animal and have never heard they arrested anyone in that murder.

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