AMAZING: Watch as THREE GUNS Commit Armed Robbery
When people say, “Guns don’t kill people, people kill people!”, they haven’t seen this video.
Watch as three ruthless firearms perpetrate multiple crimes, and the only people around…are the VICTIMS!
Now that we have PROOF that guns kills, consider all the unsolved murders.
Perhaps two of the biggest unsolved murders in black history could be solved if the police would stop blaming people, and take a look at GUNS!
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In what can only be described as “black on black crime”, could guns have killed Tupac and B.I.G.?
The music world was rocked in the late 1990s when rap superstars Tupac Shakur and the Notorious B.I.G. were gunned down about six months apart. The killings came at a moment marked by intense rivalry between their competing record labels. Both rappers were the top artists for their record companies. Many said the murders were a sign music feuds had gone too far.
Shakur was killed first, in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas on Sept. 13, 1996. At the time, the 25-year-old superstar’s Death Row record label had been feuding with its competitor, Bad Boy. Six months later, Bad Boy’s Christopher Wallace — better known as the Notorious B.I.G., Biggie Smalls or Biggie — was killed in a similar fashion. The rapper was fatally shot in a drive-by as he was leaving a music industry party in Los Angeles.
The two superstars had been friends when both were signed under Bad Boy, according to the FBI, which investigated Biggie’s murder but closed the case in 2005. The pals grew distant after Tupac landed in jail over convictions that included rape, and Biggie rose in popularity. Tupac later switched over to Death Row.
It’s unclear whether the rivalry played a role in either killing. Both cases stumped police, in part because of uncooperative witnesses. The murder mysteries amassed their own collection of theories, including an unproven one that claims both rappers are still alive and faked their own deaths.
And what of all the gun violence in Chicago.
As most of the country knows, Chicago has some of the strictest gun laws in the country, yet some of the highest murder rates. People have blamed people for these crimes, however could it just be the guns?
WGN TV reported on the low number of unsolved gun crimes in the city of Chicago.
While there’s a lot of attention on the number of people killed in Chicago, a lesser known statistic also tells the story of pain and insecurity gripping the streets.
That number is 29%. That’s the percentage of murders solved by Chicago police last year. In other words, 71% of killers got away with murder.
“It’s a struggle and it’s a battle at the same time,” said Ebonie Martin. Her son, Deonte Hoard, was a 17-year-old Urban Prep student who died March 2, 2015.
His case is one of hundreds in police files that remain unsolved.
Who is killing young black men on the streets of “Anytown USA”?
We can no longer say for sure that it’s people doing it, at least not now that the truth has been uncovered.
So, if an armed weapon approaches you on the street, just give up the goods. Don’t fight. Report the gun(s) to the local authorities, and please disregard the saying, “Snitches get stitches!”
As we all know, the police have been under fire for what some believe is the wanton killing of young black men. Now, not only are the men and women in blue under scrutiny, but so are their firearms.
Our next feature on guns will involve those of the police. Are these guns trained to target black youth?