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CHICAGO: 2 teenage boys shot to death after asking man how tall he was while buying candy


Last Edited: June 29, 2020, 4:45 am



2 teenage boys shot to death after asking man how tall he was while buying candy  :-(

June 28, 2020
2 teenage boys shot to death after asking man how tall he was while buying candyTwo teenage boys were shot to death after asking the suspect how tall he was when they were buying candy from a store.

The incident occurred at approximately 5 p.m. on Saturday June 20 after three teenage boys went to a store in South Chicago to buy some candy and ended up having a brief encounter with 19-year-old Laroy Battle inside the establishment.

“The victims were walking into the store, they saw Battle, he was standing in line while at the store and the victims commented that Battle, he was quite tall, and they asked him how tall he was and hoped to be that tall someday,” said Deputy Chief of Detectives Brendan Deenihan “Unfortunately, we will never even see the full growth of these poor children.”

The three teenage boys then left the store and proceeded to walk home together when police say that Battle approached them and began shooting.

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eddessaknightComment by eddessaknight - June 29, 2020, 7:23 pm
? When will this rampant lawlessness be stopped in the name Chicago's of good citizens ?
Comment by Soledad - June 30, 2020, 6:35 pm
it's just sad. They caught the guy, but still. Their blood on the ground cries to God. People are really turning crazy. That's just one story. There are many many stories of injustice against young people. Bullying, stray bullets, you know I'm in NYC, and we're getting like 1 person shot every hour here. We literally have the worst mayor ever in our history. And we're stuck with him for another 18 months. It's just all so negative these days. It's best not to think about it.

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