BLACK LIVES MATTER? BLOCK PARTIES IN PHILLY AND DETROIT TURN VIOLENT KILLING ONE AND INJURING DOZENS

Until the black community addresses the black on black crime, it’s really hard to take the “BLACK LIVES MATTER” movement seriously. Do black lives only matter if a black person is killed by a white cop? The need for a moment of truth in the black community has come and gone. There are just too many of the divisive entities within the black community who profit off of ignoring the REAL problem and pointing the finger at the white man. It’s a shame! 

PHILLY BLOCK PARTY SHOOTING: A shotgun-toting maniac opened fire on a block party in Philadelphia — injuring seven people, including an 18-month-old girl grazed in the neck, authorities said.

The gunman unleashed a hail of bullets along Ogden Street about 10 p.m., sending revelers running for their lives, authorities said. “It looks like they just randomly fired down the street and just hit whoever was in their way,” Philadelphia Police Lt. John Walker told reporters.

The injured included two other young people — an 11-year-old girl struck in the knee and shoulder, and a 13-year-old boy hit in the chest, according to NBC Philadelphia.

Two black males are suspected in this shooting:

The first suspect is described as a black male in his 20’s with a light complexion, neck beard and tattoos on one arm. He was wearing a yellow t-shirt and blue jeans.

The second suspect is described as a black male with a dark complexion wearing dark blue jeans and a black shirt.

All of the victims were expected to survive.

DETROIT BLOCK PARTY VIOLENCE: Meanwhile, 11 people were shot in Detroit Saturday in two separate incidents.

Ten people were struck— one fatally — at a block party on a basketball court Saturday night. A 46-year-old man was in critical condition.

Dolunt said police do not know the reason for the shooting and thus far people at the party were not being cooperative with police seeking information.

Earlier, a man was shot during a gas station hold-up — but was in stable condition.

Via: NYDN


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