Friday, October 9, 2015

Rochester NY Drive By Mass Shooting at Boys and Girls Club Basketball Game

Rochester NY Drive By Mass Shooting at Boys and Girls Club Basketball Game ---

Random violence or terrorist attack on innocent law abiding black school students?

August 19, 2015 3 dead, 4 injured in Rochester, NY, drive-by mass shooting of school children at Boys and Girls Club basketball game crowd USA TODAY Three people are dead after seven people were shot after a basketball game at a Rochester Boys and Girls Club late Wednesday night. "A car drove by and at least one of the occupants in the car fired shots from the car into the crowd that had gathered after a basketball game at the Boys and Girls Club," since no connection made to police violence, Islamist or racist terrorism it just looks like the "usual" gang violence. Police found a AK-47 and car used had shell casing matching the gun. Arrested Jalen Jamel Everett, 20, and charged him with first-degree murder in the killings. Blackshell, 21, was charged last month. federal authorities charged Ramel Robinson with possession of the stolen firearm taken from stolen safe.

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Man charged in theft of gun used in Rochester, N.Y., mass shooting USA TODAY  October 8, 2015
ROCHESTER, N.Y. — A Rochester man has been accused of involvement in the theft of the AK-47 used in the August drive-by shooting outside the Boys & Girls Club that left three men dead and four wounded. federal authorities charged Ramel Robinson with possession of the stolen firearm, which was one of three weapons inside a gun safe stolen from an apartment admitted stealing the gun safe with Johnny Blackshell,one of two men now accused of first-degree murder in the mass shooting on Genesee Street, according to an affidavit from Patrick Hoffman, a special agent with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. The... AK-47 linked through ballistics found after the homicides under the porch of a Clay Avenue home. police found ..2006 Suzuki which had casings matching  test-fired from the recovered AK-47,Rochester police this week arrested Jalen Jamel Everett, 20, and charged him with first-degree murder in the killings. Blackshell, 21, was charged last month.