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November 7, 2013
Suspects engaged a couple of victims. Several shots were fired. It’s unknown if some of the victims fired back. Right now the information that we have is that nine people have been shot. Of that number, we have three confirmed, pronounced (dead) at the scene, one we’re not sure of.
Detroit Police Chief James Craig • Discussing a mass shooting in Detroit, where ten people were shot outside of a barber shop on the city’s east side. Three died in the incident, WDIV reports. The barber shop was known as a haven for gambling, according to police officials.
6:38 // 8 months ago
January 30, 2013
14:44 // 1 year ago
June 4, 2012
How the Toronto Police told people they made an arrest in Saturday’s Eaton Centre mass shooting: The department previously suggested that the shooting was gang-related, and that the person killed in the shooting, Ahmed Hassan, may have been specifically targeted by the suspect.

How the Toronto Police told people they made an arrest in Saturday’s Eaton Centre mass shooting: The department previously suggested that the shooting was gang-related, and that the person killed in the shooting, Ahmed Hassan, may have been specifically targeted by the suspect.

10:27 // 2 years ago
September 8, 2011
hman:

Back when the mass murder happened in Norway earlier this summer, the only thing I could find to say was how Lacoste was probably freaking out because the guy was wearing a Lacoste sweater in every picture that came out.
It turns out I was onto something:

“French clothing firm Lacoste contacted Norwegian police to request that confessed killer Anders Behring Breivik stop wearing its products, the Dagbladet newspaper reported.”

Hah!

Because, clearly, the first thing that should be on the mind of a mass-shooter is upholding the reputation of a clothing company. This ain’t no Jersey Shore.

hman:

Back when the mass murder happened in Norway earlier this summer, the only thing I could find to say was how Lacoste was probably freaking out because the guy was wearing a Lacoste sweater in every picture that came out.

It turns out I was onto something:

“French clothing firm Lacoste contacted Norwegian police to request that confessed killer Anders Behring Breivik stop wearing its products, the Dagbladet newspaper reported.”

Hah!

Because, clearly, the first thing that should be on the mind of a mass-shooter is upholding the reputation of a clothing company. This ain’t no Jersey Shore.

10:59 // 2 years ago