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by February 23, 2016 1 comment

And You Wonder Why People Fear Niggaz!

By: Tommy “Tj” Sotomayor

Or maybe you dont but the simple fact is that you can look around and see action after action that justifies a person being leery when around a bunch of black people.

On twitter today, a young man sent me this message below..

After seeing this, I decided to do the video below

So, the young man is lucky to be live but what does this show us?  Well it shows us that these men are willing to kill people over absolutely nothing

19-year-old shot over winning lottery ticket at Taylor Blvd gas station


LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — He had a winning lottery ticket but instead of getting cash, he got shot and robbed.

A Louisville man won a thousand dollars on a Kentucky lotto scratch off ticket. But when he tried to cash it in, someone was watching and not only took the ticket but almost took his life.

“He was just like, ‘mom, I just hit it big, I hit the lottery for a thousand dollars.’ And I am like wow,” said Patricia Manning, mother of shooting victim.

Manning went from “wow” to “oh no” shortly after her son won $1,000 on a scratch off ticket.

“Then I heard some yells and then I heard the gunshot,” Manning said.

Manning was on the phone with her son and said the gunshot she heard was a bullet going into his back.

“He shot twice and hit him once,” explained Manning.

He survived, but had to get more than a dozen staples in his stomach where the bullet exited his body.

“He pulled the ticket out of his pocket and he throw (sic) it on the ground and said, ‘you didn’t have to shoot me,'” Manning said.

Last weekend, the 19-year-old bought his ticket at the Marathon Gas Station on Taylor Blvd in the south end. He knew right away it was a winner.

“He was kind of excited over here and somebody asked him, ‘how much you win?’ He said, ‘I win one thousand dollars,” Mehr Dad, the store owner, said.

Police believe the suspects — who were also inside the gas station — heard the conversation and then followed the victim when he left.

“He chased him down and didn’t say, ‘give me your money,’ he said ‘give me the ticket,” said Det. Kevin Peak with LMPD’s 4th Division.

Det. Peak said police have images of at least two suspects trying to cash in the ticket at other gas stations.

“We think that there was a group of people that were in on this, like I said, at least two and possibly three,” said Peak.

“We’re worth more than a thousand dollars,” said Manning.

It all started with a win, but Manning said this is no game and wants help finding the suspects.

“If we don’t stop the person that shot this young man, then who is going to stand up if it’s your son, if it’s your brother?” Manning said.

If you have any information about the suspects, you can call LMPD’s anonymous tip line at 574-LMPD.


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  1. DProper
    #1 DProper 25 February, 2016, 00:16

    Tommy, you keep contaminating blacks with niggers in conversation.I know it is how to get to black ears, but like children, ‘Mom, Dad, are we black or are we niggers?’ This here white woman says these people to should be brought to justice but the citizenry or otherwise, they are free(inboldened), to shoot someone else’s son. “Bingo” The black community wants justice but it does not practice jusice. Do we reap what we sow? After my father died, some drug dealers were in front of my house selling crack. I told them they had to move. Twice my size and half my age, they objected. My next door neighbor came to the door and asked if there was a problem. I said no and that these guys were just leaving. They left and never came back. They wouldn’t have done that with my Dad alive. And I thank God for my neighbor. My sisters smoked crack and I came back from out west to and kicked crack. My neighbor allowed to not get my Dad’s gun and shoot these idiots cause I wasn’t gonna allow them to hurt my family. My sister’s eventually overcame the addiction and think I’m a ass, but my Dad’s house wasn’t turned into a crack house. Long story, but two men standing up for good ‘in the hood’ meant I didn’t stand alone. Thanks for listening…..DProp

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