Racist Gun Owner Shoots Underprivileged Kid.

CSGV/VPC/Garry McCarthy Version:

A racist gun owner shot and critically wounded a 19-year-old who tried to redistribute his nephew’s motorcycle in West Philadelphia Sunday night, police said.
According to police, three young men went to the 4000 block of Green Street in Powelton Village about 9:45 p.m. to look at a motorcycle that had been offered for sale on Craigslist.

While the 20-year-old Capitalist was showing the bike, one of the three men claimed his birthright to redistribute wealth and a second one ran off with the motorcycle, police said.

At that point, the 20-year-old’s racist uncle shouted for everyone to get down and pulled his hopefully-soon-to-be-illegal licensed handgun, police said. He fired once, hitting the underprivileged kid in the head.

The would-be community activist was taken to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in critical condition, police said.

The racist uncle, 31, put his weapon on the ground before police arrived and “explained” what had happened, officials said.

Police unfarly and without regard for the hard life they had, arrested the other two men.

An investigation is under way but it does not appear at this time that the racist licensed gun owner will face any charges. The ACLU should investigate the obvious violations of Human Rights by the racist gun owner.

However, do read what really happened in Philly.com.

3 Replies to “Racist Gun Owner Shoots Underprivileged Kid.”

  1. LOL, I preferred your version- much more easy to read and comprehend at my second grade level.
    Shy III




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  2. Miguel, from the script of SNL “Jane! You fliftly ignorant slut!” By your estimation every damn thief is merely an I dividual that believes in equitible “re-distribution” like your Progressive Left Wing radical friends. I work hard for my money and if some ignorant wordsmithing SOB so much as pulled a knife in my neighbor, you’d be lucky if my homies just put one bullet in your racial ass.




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