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This guy shot people up at the midtown Manhattan Bryant Park skating rink… when he was hiding out at home, he wrote all about it on Facebook first – WHY?!
November 10, 2013
Bryant Park ‘shooter’ all but confessed online
By Larry Celona, Jamie Schram and Bruce Golding, New York Post
A 16-year-old suspected gang-banger virtually confessed to shooting two people over a coat at the Bryant Park skating rink as he ranted online about keeping the cops at bay and whether to kill himself, make the cops kill him or surrender Sunday.
Posts from the Facebook page of alleged shooter Corey Dunton.
“FEDS AT MY DOOR IM GOIN OUT WITH A BANG!!!!!!! TAKE MY SOUL,’’ Corey Dunton wrote on Facebook as police descended on his mom’s Bronx apartment, where he was hiding, around 8 a.m.
“LOVE ALL MY REAL N- - -AS ALL MY REAL SHORTYS FEDS TRIEN KICK DOWN MY DOOR ITS OVER WERE DO I GO FROM HEREEEEE MANNNNN DO I END MY LIFE IDK WAT TO DO I F- - KED UP,’’ Dunton wrote about an hour later.
“THESE N- - -AS GUNNA HAVE TO TAKE ME OUT TAKE MY LIFE THESE N- - -AS BEEN BANGIN FOR LIKE A F- -KIN HOUR I AINT GOIN TO JAIL I REATHER TAKE MY LIFE!!”
Shortly after, Dunton meekly surrendered. He was charged Sunday night with attempted murder, assault, criminal possession of a weapon and reckless endangerment. [READ FULL STORY]
THS IS WHY YOU DO NOT ADVERTISE A PARTY ON FACEBOOK
November 10, 2013
Shots Fired Into Crowd at Party in Houston Suburb, Killing Two
By Manny Fernandez, New York Times
CYPRESS, Tex. — A house party packed with teenagers and young adults in this Houston suburb turned deadly on Saturday evening when gunfire erupted, the authorities said, killing two high school students and injuring at least 20 other partygoers who were either shot or hurt as they hopped over fences or jumped out of second-story windows in a frantic rush to escape.
More than 100 people were inside the house shortly before 11 p.m., celebrating a young woman’s 18th birthday at a party that had been promoted on social media sites like Twitter and Facebook, officials said. Many of the partygoers were students at or recent graduates of nearby Cypress Springs High School. [READ FULL STORY]