The teenagers left the scene first. They returned to the scene of the shooting some twenty minute later. They drove around for twenty minutes with a dead or dying kid in the back seat, and instead of going to the hospital, returned to the scene of the shooting to report the shooting.
That's not exactly normal behavior, either. Either way, gas station surveillance footage should resolve the issue.
Yeah, his behavior wasn't right. Neither was the behavior of the teenagers. Again, somebody gets shot, you don't drive around for twenty minutes and then return to the scene of the crime, you go to a goddamn hospital.
They might have been doing something illegal, but harmless, like smoking pot. It could also be that they wanted to get away from the crazy person who was trying to kill them, and underestimated the damage done by a gunshot wound.
You see, it is far less suspicious to me that teens would do that, than it is that a grown man would shoot kids, go to a motel and then flee the jurisdiction of police when he discovered he had killed someone.
color shouldn't come into the discussion when it is someone shooting someone else under such circumstances. I'm sure that teenager bled out in the same color as a white kid would, and be missed by his parents just as much.
FerricPlushyFeatured By OwnerDec 1, 2012Hobbyist Artist
Most people don't know that Florida isn't the only state with a stand your ground law. But florida is just a dysfunctional state in general. Have to wait 10 hours to vote, was one of 3 states that attempted to enact voter suppression laws, at one point last decade pain clinics were rampant in Florida and it was very easy to collect 4 or more narcotic prescriptions in a day, tried to make drug testing mandatory to receive welfare though the lawmakers refused to be drug tested, and did I mention stand your ground?