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Citizen On Citizen Crime

Posted in Georgia History, Library of Congress, Undogegorized by chamblee54 on July 31, 2016







There is a lot of angry talk about police killing citizens. Freeways are being blocked, protesters are marching, and facebook is full of memes. People just don’t have the same passion when citizens kill other citizens. Pictures for this feature are from The Library of Congress.

What follows is a list of citizen on citizen shooting. These links were taken from WSB TV. This is one week, in one metro area. For the purposes of this report, the race of the participants will not be discussed. If you want to know what color the people are, you can click on the link.

Man shot, killed in argument outside gas station Two men were dating the same woman. After the incident. the shooter asked bystanders to call the police. Gwinnett County.
Bryce McCallum was shot to death by his stepfather. Cherokee County
Journey Jones was killed at a Stone Mountain apartment complex. Police say the shooting may be drug related. A friend of the victim says it may be gang related.

Gloria Starr-Armour was caught in crossfire, while waiting to get in her Hapeville apartment complex.
Antonio Gray was shot dead in Union City. “… interviewing witnesses to sort out what happened.”
Robert Troy Phillips and Heather Phillips were found shot to death in their Hall County home. Mr. Phillips was “a former Hall County commission candidate.”

Girl, 14, shot at party in DeKalb County; Somebody was asked to leave a party for middle school kids. Later, someone arrived at the house, and started shooting. The young lady is going to recover.
Police: Homeowner shoots, kills break-in suspect Gwinnett County
Man found shot to death behind daycare. Cobb County






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  1. Wawa on Walnut Street | Chamblee54 said, on August 1, 2016 at 7:49 am

    […] Is What They Want ~ Bryce McCallum ,Journey Jones, Gloria Starr-Armour ,Antonio Gray, These are four POC shot to death in the Atlanta area this week #saythenames Did #blackbrunchatl remember these four lives? ~ […]


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