Friday, September 6, 2013

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February 9, 2014 Gunman kills two at Russian cathedral, A man who worked as a security guard was instead the attacking gunman who killed two and wounded 6 when he opened fire on worshipers at a Russian Orthodox cathedral on Sakhalin Island off Russia’s Pacific coast. A nun, Lyudmila Pryashnikova, and another man were killed trying to stop the gunman who started firing at icons and worshipers after the service ended. The gunman’s motives were unknown. He was taken into custody where he would be given mental health evaluation. The incident did not appear to be connected to Caucasus militant threats against the Olympics in Sochi, or the attempt to hijack a Turkish airliner to Sochi. It was only days after the February 3rd attack when a Moscow teenager killed a teacher and a policeman and held classmates hostage Russia's first major school shooting, which was also not believed to be connected to terrorism. The media did not note any connection to other attacks on churches and clergy in the middle east or north America.


September 8, 2013

Guatemala gunmen kill 11, wound 18 at a newly opened bar in a poor town
Gunmen Kill 11, Wound 18 in Poor Guatemala Town
ABC NewsA group of men in a stolen car shot 29 people on the main street of a poor indigenous town in the mountains outside Guatemala City, killing11 in an incident…

August 4, 2013

Man shoots into crowd, is killed by security at south Toledo bar

Posted: Aug 04, 2013 4:37 PM CDT
a fight broke out in the parking lot. Security guards pepper sprayed the crowd.  Meanwhile, 24 year old Marvin Smith was leaving the bar.  "And about 4-5 seconds later, he comes out and begins randomly shooting, pop, pop, pop and I saw the guy face plant down into the ground,"  said Bill.  Toledo Police say one of the guards was shot twice by Smith, suffering non-life threatening injuries.  Other guards exchanged gunfire with Smith.  "Security guard just shot him down, pop, pop, pop," said Bill.  Police say Smith was shot three times. 

1 Dead, 4 Hurt in Shooting at Teen Girl's Birthday PartyBy David Chang and Danielle Johnson  Sunday, Jul 14, 2013 Police say a [black  teenage boy is dead and four others are injured after a gunman walked into a home and opened fire during a birthday party for a 15-year-old girl in Hamilton Township, Mercer County , New Jersey A party with up to 100 people was taking place inside a home on the 1100 block of Deutz Avenue around 11:20 p.m. Friday when the shooter opened fire inside the living room area of the house.
July 5, 2013 Vancouver Canada: A man accused of opening fire on a crowd seemingly at random then turning the gun on himself has died in hospital, police say.The 34-year-old Vancouver man reportedly got out of his car on Main Street near 26th Avenue just after 11 p.m. Thursday and fired two shots at people standing in the street – then shot himself, Only one of the two people targeted was hit, Montague said, but escaped the incident with only minor injuries after being grazed by a bullet.
August 5, 2012

West Petersburg Dinwiddie County, VA 

"He had so much life. He didn't deserve to die like that," Terry Snowden said.
Dinwiddie Deputy Kenny Droddy, the primary investigator of the case, said that 150 to 200 people gathered in the West Petersburg community in Dinwiddie on Aug. 5, 2012.

When a group of seven to eight people began leaving the party in the 25000 block of Brunswick Avenue, Chavis began shooting into the crowd and at nearby occupied vehicles for unknown reasons, Droddy said.
 a year after one young man was fatally shot, another was paralyzed and another three were injured, the man found guilty of the shooting was sentenced to 120 years in prison.
Jaeon Rondell Chavis, 26, of Petersburg, received 50 years in jail for a first-degree murder charge, which carried a possible life sentence. In addition to the 50 years, Chavis was also sentenced to five years for attempted murder, 20 years for two malicious wounding charges, 20 years for aggravated malicious wounding and 25 years for six related firearm charges.
Two 10-year sentences for the two malicious wounding charges and a five-year sentence for the attempted murder charge will be served concurrent


3 dead after gunfire at Delaware soccer tournament

Armed men suspected of triggering an exchange of gunfire at a weekend soccer tournament in Delaware that left three people dead and two wounded apparently targeted the tournament organizer, but authorities on Monday remained mum about the motive.
The dead included the tournament organizer, a 16-year-old boy participating in the tournament and one of three suspects alleged to have initiated the deadly violence Sunday afternoon at a park near downtown Wilmington.
One of two suspects taken into custody was the subject of an outstanding warrant charging him with first-degree murder in a 2008 shooting, authorities said.
Police said one or more people in the crowd returned fire at the gunmen
the gunmen apparently targeted tournament organizer Herman Curry, 47, of New Castle.
According to witnesses, one of the gunmen tapped Curry on the shoulder, and he was fatally shot in the chest when he turned around, Dietz said.
"It does not appear to be a random shooting," said Dietz, who refused to confirm reports suggesting that Curry was targeted because he was a witness to the 2008 shooting.
Also killed was Alexander Kamara, 16, of Pike Creek, who died after being shot in the head. Kamara was a student at A.I. DuPont High School in Greenville, where he wrestled and played soccer.
One of the alleged gunmen, Sheldon Olge, 43, suffered multiple gunshot wounds and was pronounced dead at Christiana Hospital


Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/07/09/3-dead-after-gunfire-at-delaware-soccer-tournament/#ixzz2e94mnrGL



Easter shooting spree: Girl Shot In The Back After Suspects Shoot Into Family's Car In Winston-Salem

12:06 AM, Apr 10, 2012
dispatched to a shooting in the 900 Block of East 2nd Street involving multiple victims. When officers arrived they found out the shooting may have been the result of a previous altercation between a large group in the apartment complex parking lot.
Officers were told that four unknown men left the apartment complex after the argument and starting shooting multiple rounds towards the crowd as they drove away.
Gary Johnson, whose mother lives in the complex, says he was outside when the suspects sprayed the crowd with bullets.
"I was visiting my mom and out of nowhere just heard shots and the person that was beside me got shot. It could have been me," he said. "I never knew how close I could have come to being killed from a stray bullet or something."
Captain David Clayton with the Winston Salem Police Department says three adults were injured in the shooting. Also, one of the bullets hit a gas line and caused firefighters to evacuate parts of the neighborhood.
officers were dispatched to I-40 on another shooting which they believe may be linked to the same shooting suspects.
In that shooting, officers say a woman told them she was traveling back home to Conyers, Georgia with her three children in the car.
The family had just spent the Easter Holiday with relatives in the area.
While on I-40, near the Stratford Road exit, a car pulled up beside them and a suspect started shooting into the family's car.
Police say one of the bullets went through an 11-year-old girl's back.
Captain Clayton says the little girl and her family had no apparent ties to the prior shooting....This little girl gets hurt through some random..
 Monday, June 17th, 2013

Gangbangers shoot up downtown Columbia, MO


Columbia, MO is a, mostly white, liberal college town. A night of partying was disrupted when gangbangers opened fire into a crowd and shot three people this weekend. In the video you see a column of people walking across the street. At the same time you see several black males dart around, who appear to be using the crowd of pedestrians as cover. Suddenly gunfire erupts. Police recovered eight spent shell casings.
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    Jun 17, 2013 - Media is desperate to censor horrific hate crime torture murder of twelve year old ... ColumbiaMO is a, mostly white, liberal college town. A night of partying was disrupted when gangbangers opened fire into a crowd and shot  ...
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      Jun 17, 2013 - The Columbia Police Department continues its search for the ...Department are still investigating if the shooting was gang related. .... Kay Baysinger · Top Commenter · No college yet ... Raphaela Isis · University of Missouri.
    2. an employee at Hot Box Cookies told KOMU what he witnessed.
      "I was actually walking across the street when it happened. There was a large group of people arguing with select individuals around Subzone Restaurant. Then the mob started following the individuals toward Tenth and Broadway when a man pulled out a pistol and shot wildly through the street. He cut through the alleyway of Iron Tiger and that was it," said the witness.
      Officer Latisha Stroer of the Columbia Police Department said Saturday three people were injured in the shooting.
      The three victims in the shooting were all males ages 23, 23, and 19


2013 Mother's Day Parade shooting

A mass shooting at a May 12, 2013 New Orleans jazz band second line parade commemorating Mother's Day resulted in the injury of 20 people. After the shooting, it was reported that three gunmen fled the scene of the attack. On May 15, 2013, police arrested 19-year-old suspect Akein Scott.[4] The next day, his brother, Shawn Scott, was arrested. The brothers were both charged with 20 counts of attempted second-degree murder. Five other people were arrested and charged with obstruction of justice for harboring a fugitive.


1998
http://www.nytimes.com/1998/01/18/nyregion/youth-is-charged-in-a-deadly-random-shooting-from-a-balcony.html

Youth Is Charged in a Deadly Random Shooting From a Balcony

By ROBERT D. McFADDEN
Published: January 18, 1998

A 17-year-old Bronx boy with a sealed juvenile police record was charged yesterday with killing a teen-ager he did not know by firing a gun from his balcony into a noisy, after-school crowd that had gathered on the street below to watch two girls fight. Investigators, who recovered what they said was the weapon, said the suspect admitted the shooting, but said that he had no real motive. It appeared that he just took a notion to fire into the crowd, and then did it
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