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Claymore

Saint Louis, MO

#1 Jan 9, 2010
There ought to be standard news reports on activities common to North St. Louis, with all that's required is to fill in the blanks.
St. Louis is famous as a city full of crims. The bulls eye of all that is NSL. Patrolling NSL would give the Reserves freedom of boring training weekends.
patti r

Farmington, MO

#2 Jan 9, 2010
nothing new everyday life in murder capital city USA
shauna

United States

#3 Jan 9, 2010
people are crazy and my heart goes out to Terrells family and kids
shauna

United States

#4 Jan 9, 2010
the rest of you posting have some sympathy 4 the man and his family you all are heartless it aint about North city its about an unstable woman who had no concern for her own children and an entire family who happen to be very upset about the situation shame on you for being like that if you dont like st.louis LEAVE!!
Shaquila Henry

Florissant, MO

#5 Jan 9, 2010
Well Terrell Hadley is my cousin, I wonder who told them the story that they were arguing. If it came from her then it can't be true. When I talked to my relatives they said Terrell tried to break off the relationship because she was always arguing with him. Its hard to believe what was said because Terrell wasn't that type of guy, he loved and was loved by many family and friends. I just don't understand how she escaped out of jail. I thought they had tough security, unless if she have relatives that work there. When I 1st met her I gotta a bad vibe about her.
Jay

Saint Louis, MO

#6 Jan 9, 2010
She killed my cousin.... R.I.P Terrell Hadley... Her name is Shontay Roeper...
Jay

Saint Louis, MO

#7 Jan 9, 2010
and it was not a domestic dispute at all... she wanted to be with him and he did not wanna be with her.. so she killed him... I never did like her anyway...
george wallace

Farmington, MO

#8 Jan 9, 2010
Jay wrote:
and it was not a domestic dispute at all... she wanted to be with him and he did not wanna be with her.. so she killed him... I never did like her anyway...
good so end of story.
Kevin

Florissant, MO

#11 Jan 9, 2010
That was a good guy.He was like a cousin.Sometimes these women expect to much from a man and some just can't handle the pressure and that begins a tense situation.you can't spend all your time trying to please a person and not take time for yourself.when you argue with a person for so long,you can really fall out of love with that person.it is hard for that relationship to heal if either party is committed.I truly believe that if we had more unity and understanding then we would understand each other.sometimes lust takes over some of the best of us and then when you have a child,you have to buckle down,but most the times people are putting themselves first instead of the kid or kids.the answer to a good relationship is to understand your girl or guy and be willing to go out of your way to make sure she is happy.don't wait to be told,just do it.
MeinSTL

United States

#13 Jan 9, 2010
I wondering is this the same Terrell with the twin sister Tiffany??
WhiteTrash

Springfield, MO

#14 Jan 9, 2010
If the gun wasn't accessible no one would have been shot now would they.Does a normal person just leave a gun lying around on the table.

I"m doing a study on violence,here's the guidelines...

1.Significant other,with extremely obsessive personality
2.Lay a 9mm on table nearby
3.Wait enough time so that she notices said weapon
4.Tell her you met another woman & that she's not needed anymore

Let me know the results,phone:1-800-You-Dead
How about pray-

Minneapolis, MN

#15 Jan 9, 2010
Shonta is my family and she was not a funny person. I live out of state and know that they DID agrued, not to place blame on ANYONE. I am sad to hear this news for both Shonta and Terrell. To bash right now is NOT the thing to do, to pray for BOTH families IS!

Be blessed
Amani

Hillsboro, MO

#16 Jan 9, 2010
I went to high school with Terrell. We have been good friends for over 10 yrs. Its totally not in his character to be physical with a woman. I have never seen him in any mood besides a happy mood. He always had a smile on his face. I will miss u my friend....may u forever rest in peace. I will never forget your smile.
Jennifer

United States

#19 Jan 9, 2010
I don't know either one of them, but if you stop and think about what has been said, it's obvious she wanted him dead. If it's true that he was beating on her, then her shooting him would have been self-defense. Why did she run from the police if she was just defending herself? And, when they had her in custody, why did she escape? I would like to see an escape charge on her, along with the murder charge. There are lots of women out there who get beat all the time, and none of them kill, or if they do, it's justified. She knew what she did was wrong, which is why she ran.

My heart goes out to both families, since her actions have destoyed both forever.

Since: Jan 10

Hannibal, MO

#20 Jan 9, 2010
Grayghost wrote:
I have come to the decision that this behavior is inherent in the black race. Violence seems to be just a natural part of their genetics! You don't see it in any other race of people, only blacks. I guess you just can't get it out of them.
Give me a break (insert chosen slur). Where in the article does it say anything about the vicitm or suspects skin color??? Domestic violence happens in all classes and skin colors. The Coleman family murder come to mind. As far as violence being a part of their genetics, you figured that out from all your years of studying violence in relation to genetics right? And when does your book come out? LMAO Actually if you study counties with low populations of blacks (like eastern europe) you still find just as much violence but the common thread is POVERTY and NOT SKIN COLOR! Please educate yourself because someone once said that "it's better to be silent and thought a fool than open you mouth and confirm it".(or something like that) BTW my prayers go out to the victims family and the children he left behind!

Since: Jan 10

Hannibal, MO

#21 Jan 9, 2010
coutries* sorry!

Btw...can anyone tell me why when I post it puts differnt towns on there. Once was Fenton, MO and this one Chebanse, IL and I am from O'Fallon, MO???

Since: Jan 10

Hannibal, MO

#22 Jan 9, 2010
COUNTRIES*** Sorry folks, the fingers aren't working tonight!!!
topflightnurse

Florissant, MO

#25 Jan 9, 2010
man thats messed up.too many fish in the sea for that luv u T
topflightnurse

Florissant, MO

#26 Jan 9, 2010
if u dont have any thing to say dont say it
greybeard

Omaha, NE

#27 Jan 9, 2010
How about pray- wrote:
Shonta is my family and she was not a funny person. I live out of state and know that they DID agrued, not to place blame on ANYONE. I am sad to hear this news for both Shonta and Terrell. To bash right now is NOT the thing to do, to pray for BOTH families IS!
Be blessed
thats what is truly needed prayer

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