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Woman shot to death after joking 18-year-old didn't pay rent, court records saySOURCE: KMBC An 18-year-old Kansas City man is charged with fatally shooting a 22-year-old woman, who made a sarcastic comment that the man did not pay rent, according to court documents filed in the case.Marlon D. Davis Jr.
SOURCE: KMBC An 18-year-old Kansas City man is charged with fatally shooting a 22-year-old woman, who made a sarcastic comment that the man did not pay rent, according to court documents filed in the case.Marlon D. Davis Jr.
14 to 25 year olds are the most dangerous.Welcome to the land of rainbows and unicorns.
Kid is typical of the quality of individual being churned out of the KCMO educational system.
$500,000 bail, Give me a fucking break!This fucking asshole is smirking in his mug shot photo. If a white man had done this the bail would have been higher.
He won't have to worry about the rent for awhile.
He was wanting to get his life turned around when he received his GED after 5 tries.
This is just another example of the negro’s predisposition to violence. Shooting someone over a snarky joke. It ranks up there with the others you read about like shooting over the last piece of chicken, etc.
Reminds me of a murder at least 10 years ago in the hood here. One black guy shot his actual brother (they even had the same last name believe it or not) over a gold tooth.
One notch on his gun and he's in the joint, we hope for life. An example of why we should build more jails if we need them rather than putting the criminals back on the street.
Not trolling. How is life in prison going to rehabilitate this young scholar? Is the porpoise to reintegrate him in to society, as an old guy with no way to contribute? If he is intended to stay in prison for the heinous callousness of his crime for life. What is the point?
We need swift hanging after swift trial. Pretty solid case here.
Never gonna happen with petersucker in charge. Sad.
"What is the point?" To keep him away from the rest of us, forever. Not interested in rehabilitation. Would be interested in execution, but the SCOTUS, in all its miniscule wisdom, says we can't do that. So life without parole is the next best option.
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