and that shantel davis that people keep talkin about.. wasnt she the one who stole a car and had been involved in armed robbery or someting so the week before? wasnt she ordered to stop the vehicle and ran over an officer and was reversing or some madness? :confused death is a sanitizer....
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Put doh like hearing the awful truth...she was in a stolen car that was taken in a carjacking. She was speeding through these same residential streets, causing an accident and when police jumped out with guns drawn on her. She still was trying to get away reversing into and knocking down a cop. How many excuses are we gonna make for these individuals who lead their lives on the wrong path, and end up having to pay the consequences for their deeds.
Missmayling, doh kill me...but why does it always seem like Jamaicans are always Front & Center condoning the Bad Deeds of individuals. Then are the FIRST that look for and call Upon retaliation and violence to Police. There's always this..."So, what he sold drugs...So, what he robbed people...So, what he did nothing all day but smoked weed...So what he cuss and disrespect his mother...They shouldn't have locked him up. They shouldn't have put him in jail. They shouldn't have shot him." Normalizing destructive behavior but scoffing at the consequences. I guess this is ideologies that are carried to the states from life in Jamaica. You see it with the Ramarley Graham situation...he selling weed, robbing people....his Twin brothers Kadean & Hodean Graham are doing a one and half to four years sentence right now. They were convicted on selling guns & drugs and were members of a Harlem Gang. It's like all these incidents have common themes....Drugs, Guns, Robberies, Gangs. Ramarley was 18 and selling drugs, Kimani was 16 and infatuated with gang life. It's not unbelievable to imagine that by 18, Kimani would have been selling drugs too. Probably would have end up having the same demise, but probably by the hand of one of his peers.