DEBLASIO’S JUNGLE: Brooklyn Party Ends With 7 Teens Shot, 1 Fatally; More Than 25 Shot & Stabbed Over Weekend

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A young woman has died and six other people were wounded in a shooting at an apartment building in Brooklyn that followed an earlier shooting near a Sweet 16 birthday party, police said.

The first shooting happened shortly after 9 p.m. Sunday in the East New York neighborhood and left a 17-year-old boy wounded in the leg, New York Police Department Deputy Chief Michael Kemper said during a news conference. It wasn’t known what prompted that shooting.

The second shooting took place about 11:15 p.m. in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood, and police said it’s believed to be related to the first shooting. A 20-year-old woman was taken to a hospital, where she was pronounced dead, police said.

Others shot at the apartment building ranged in age from 14 to 19 years old, according to preliminary information from police. They were expected to survive, police said.

No arrests were immediately reported. Police said they were looking for more than one suspect in the apartment shooting.

Police have not yet released a description of the shooters in either incident.

Additional shooting and stabbing incidents this weekend in NYC include:

Manhattan – DOUBLE SHOOTING – HOMICIDE – 230-19 Rockaway Blvd. – Drive-By Shooting – Car Shot Up – 2 People Shot, DEAD
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Brooklyn – PERSON SHOT – Clarkson Avenue x East 95th Street
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Brooklyn – PERSON SHOT – 167 East 23rd Street
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Manhattan – PERSON STABBED – 33rd Street x Broadway
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MANHATTAN – PERSON STABBED – 1854 POWELL BLVD
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Manhattan – MALE SHOT – 388 Pearl Street
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Brooklyn – SHOOTING – HOMICIDE – 3306 Bayview Avenue – Person Shot DEAD
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Manhattan – STABBING – HOMICIDE – 79 East 125th Street – Male Stabbed to DEATH
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Brooklyn – FEMALE SHOT – 1509 Eastern Parkway
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Brooklyn – SHOOTING & STABBING – 896 Park Avenue – 1 Person Stabbed & 1 Person Shot
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Manhattan – SHOOTING – HOMICIDE – 10 Paladino Avenue – Person Shot, DIED
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Queens – PERSON SHOT – 174-09 137 Avenue
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Manhattan – STABBING – HOMICIDE – 8th Avenue x West 38th Street – Person Stabbed Multiple Times, DIED
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Queens – STABBING – 164th Street x 65th Avenue – Person Stabbed on a MTA Bus
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Bronx – PERSON SHOT – 2311 Crotona Avenue
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Brooklyn – PERSON SHOT – 834 Park Avenue
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Manhattan – STABBING – 34th Street x 8th Avenue – Male Stabbed in the Back – in Serious Condition – Fighting for his Life
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Manhattan – MALE STABBED – Grand Central Station
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Brooklyn – MALE SHOT – 21 Nostrand Avenue
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Brooklyn – PERSON SHOT – 121 Van Buren Street
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Brooklyn – MALE SHOT – Glenmore Avenue & Georgia Avenue
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Brooklyn – PERSON SHOT – 939 Liberty Avenue
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Brooklyn – SHOOTING – 305 Livonia Avenue – Person Shot in the Neck
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Brooklyn – MULTIPLE SHOOTING – HOMICIDE – 15 Albany Avenue – 7 People Shot – 1 DEAD – and 1 of them Likely to DIE
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(YWN World Headquarters – NYC)


8 COMMENTS

  1. Sweet 16 birthday party In my lexicon, this is defined as a Bitter 16 birthday party.
    No arrests were immediately reported What is the difference? deBlasio will personally see to it, that the shooter is immediately released, even if he has to open the courts on Thanksgiving to release this shooter immediately.

  2. Jungle… so when Avenue J is referred to as Avenue Jew, that’s OK? You’re forgiving Jesse Jackson for the “Hymietown” reference 35 years ago? The unnamed editor of this website is not only intellectually inconsistent and a closet racist, he/she is coming out as a public racist. Trump’s America.

  3. orech din:

    who is the racist? no one describes the shooters’ race. YOU made the assumption they’re black

    references to the “urban jungle” go way back, and historically have not been considered a racist term.

    BIDEN referred to inner city black youth as predators, while trump has passed justice reform.

    after biden is inaugurated, when someone makes a racist comment, will you call it “bidens america”?

    look in the mirror and be orech your din

  4. I feel safe knowing that Letitia James is combing thru President Trumps 1991 tax return making sure every paperclip and coffee cup is accounted for. That’s why we pay her salary. Maybe President Harris can hire her as AG of the United States.

  5. Itchik – first, you’re lying. Biden never called anyone predators. Second, “jungle” is a very old and well know racist trope. The unnamed editor of this website knows that. Like using the words “globalist” or “international banker” for Jew. Don’t defend the indefensible. Don’t pretend we don’t know what the unnamed editor is talking about. The unnamed editor could have used dozens of other words for his/her clickbait. And yes, we don’t know the identities of those arrested for these crimes. But the unnamed editor went straight for the racism.

    I’m reminded of many Shabbat dinners I attended at the houses of well-known rabbeim. Countless times I heard from the kinderlach “but I thought only Black people are criminals.”

  6. > huju
    > How many people would die of Covid-19 following a wedding with 7,000 guests, no masks, and no social distancing?

    Seeing as the location (and presumably attendees as well) is where the virus most probably has already run its course, it could conceivably end up being zero. But seeing as you are so worried about such things, let me show you where your arguments lead to. Your argument (in order to be consistent) mean you approve of hunting down all those “undocumented immigrants” who have been smuggled into the country in literally sardine-conditions of transportation where they have spread the virus among each others and then to the population at large.

  7. Od
    Your literally just searching for a way to criticize.
    It’s a jungle because it’s totally lawless and dangerous.
    If to you that means black, well then that’s because your scarred from your rabbis kids assumptions that only blacks are criminals.
    I personally don’t subscribe to that.
    For example. The largest mass murderer in New York state, to date is , Andrew Cuomo. A white as they come Italian.
    In a few months if single handedly killed more than the entire annual NYC murder rate.
    As to biden not having called integrating blacks, creating a jungle,

    In the 1970s, then-Sen. Joe Biden was a vocal opponent of busing as a means for desegregating public schools. And that record haunts him in his bid to secure the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.

    In early March 2020, readers asked Snopes to verify a quote in 1977 in which Biden, then a U.S. senator representing Delaware, allegedly expressed fear that desegregation, if not done in an “orderly” way, could result in his children growing up in “a racial jungle with tensions having built so high that it is going to explode at some point.”

    The quote was initially uncovered by Daria Roithmayr, a law professor at the University of Southern California (USC), in July 2019. But as Biden emerged from Super Tuesday on March 3, 2020, as a potential front-runner for the nomination, news stories containing the quote circulated anew.

    Among stories readers widely shared was a July 15, 2019, Business Insider story that reported, “Former Vice President Joe Biden is facing increased scrutiny over his record on busing and racial issues, and this week old comments resurfaced in which he said, in 1977, that busing for the purpose of desegregation would cause his children to ‘grow up in a racial jungle.

    The quote is accurate as reported and reads in full:

    Unless we do something about this, my children are going to grow up in a jungle, the jungle being a racial jungle with tensions having built so high that it is going to explode at some point. We have got to make some move on this.

    We contacted the Biden campaign for comment but received no response in time for publication.

    Biden made the remark in 1977 during a hearing about busing school children in order to desegregate public schools. As The New York Times reported in a detailed delineation of Biden’s history with busing, Biden at the time had emerged as the Democratic party’s crusader against busing, taking the same side as segregationists. Biden “joined up with Jesse Helms, the segregationist senator from North Carolina, to offer his own anti-busing amendment to that year’s education spending bill.” Biden’s “advocacy made it safe for other Democrats to oppose busing,” The Times reported.

    The Times further reported that Biden sided with Helms in 1975 when the latter proposed to strip the federal government’s power to withhold funding from school districts that refused to comply with racial-equality measures:

    Under the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964, the federal Department of Health, Education and Welfare had a powerful tool to fight school segregation: It could withhold funding from districts that refused to integrate — and integration effectively meant busing. Mr. Helms wanted to strip the agency of that power.

    As Mr. Biden rose on the Senate floor in September 1975 to embrace that approach, Mr. Helms wryly welcomed him “to the ranks of the enlightened.” Mr. Biden objected to the education department mandating desegregation absent a court order, and warned of white flight to the suburbs and even racial unrest. … Mr. Helms’s amendment, which would have also barred the education department from collecting data about the race of students or teachers, failed. But a slightly narrower measure written by Mr. Biden, which prevented schools from using federal dollars to assign teachers or students by race, passed, 50-43.

    Roithmayr told us via email that busing, along with affirmative action, were viewed by those trying to achieve desegregation of schools after Brown v. Board of Education as effective tools. That was “because they were linked to the possibility of ‘big structural change,’ change that didn’t require bigger overhaul, like desegregating cities and restructuring financing for public school education. I suppose expediency is one way to describe it, but effective and pragmatic might be another way.”

    Because Biden made the remark about a “racial jungle,” we rate this claim as a “Correct Attribution.”

    PUBLISHED 10 MARCH 2020
    BY
    BETHANIA PALMA
    FILED UNDER
    2020 ELECTION
    JOE BIDEN
    SOURCES

    So snopes ,no great trump lackey, seems to think Biden said it.
    Unless of course he was plagiarizing, as he does so well. In which case I guess you’re correct