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Old 04-23-2011, 08:26 AM
 
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Just heard about this a day or so ago, quite shocking. Probably over some guy I am sure.

LiveLeak.com - Violence in another Mc Donalds almost kills customer

Crazy stuff. I used to own a rental property in Rosedale, not a terrible area.

Just hope everyone is okay the 2 women are punished fairly. Wanna charge as hate crime. Not sure if that is really relevant other than they are black and she is white (doesn't there need to be some kind of cause?). Regardless, a terrible thing and wanted to hear some feedback and thoughts on the incident.
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Old 04-23-2011, 08:33 AM
 
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It appears that the victim may have been transgendered and that somehow triggered the violence hence the hate crime charges. Regardless, this is typical over the top senseless Baltimore city violence. It makes me recall the MTA bus beating of a female by a gang of youths last year. Very similar level of violence. It's endemic.
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Old 04-23-2011, 09:08 AM
 
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It appears that the victim may have been transgendered and that somehow triggered the violence hence the hate crime charges. Regardless, this is typical over the top senseless Baltimore city violence. It makes me recall the MTA bus beating of a female by a gang of youths last year. Very similar level of violence. It's endemic.

Again, this did not occur in the city. It makes me recall about the body found in AA County a few days ago.

Body found in Annapolis identified - baltimoresun.com
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Old 04-23-2011, 09:30 AM
 
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It appears that the victim may have been transgendered and that somehow triggered the violence hence the hate crime charges. Regardless, this is typical over the top senseless Baltimore city violence. It makes me recall the MTA bus beating of a female by a gang of youths last year. Very similar level of violence. It's endemic.
Yeah-GF said the same thing after I posted this. If that is the case, makes sense (hate crime charges).
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