The New Gentle Giant is the one wearing the “Iced Out” t-shirt. Remember the name Brandon Claxton, though it’s not as if you’re going to be able to avoid it pretty soon.
Like I told you earlier today, cut and dry isn’t so cut and dry in Bell Curve City.
Teen shot by St. Louis police paralyzed; mom laments gun violence
Dindu nuffins, it’s the gun’s fault.
Liggins said a protest is planned sometime Monday at Police Headquarters.
And the riot is planned for Monday night, at about the corner of Hodiamont and Martin Luther King.
I noticed the mother’s last name is Liggins but her two sons’ last name is Claxton. The late daughter’s last name, as you will read below, was Liddell.
That officer, a white male, 29, with seven years on the force, fired three times. “He saw a gun in the suspect’s hands,” Dotson said. “He believed the gun was pointed at him. He feared for his safety.”
Darren Wilson, who was 28 years old on August 9 of last year, feared for his safety, too, justifiably so, as the evidence eventually showed. Mobs don’t do logic or evidence. Therefore, my suggestion for this 29-year old white man on the SLPD is to go into hiding. Just do it now, get it over with, because that’s what you’re eventually going to have to do anyway, after your name is released or doxxed and then demonized.
Liggins said police took in another son, Anthony Claxton, 15, who was with Brandon when he was shot. She said they told her he had violated his parole by missing curfew, and would be held. She said a GPS monitor was put on Anthony’s ankle last week for a juvenile charge last month of tampering with a motor vehicle.
That would be the one in the blue top and red pants in the photo above.
One brother is 16 and was by almost everyone’s admission running around the ghetto with a gun and did something otherwise to make himself a person of interest to the cops, and may have pointed the gun at cops. The other one is on parole for “tampering” (as you can read in the article), which is basically the way that grand theft auto is pled out in Bell Curve City St. Louis. Miss Liggins should lament her parenting skills rather than “gun violence.”
Her daughter, Brenda Liddell, was 14 when she was shot Nov. 5, 2008, as she sat on a porch in the 5900 block of Alpha Avenue. Brenda died the next day. Liddell said she has forgiven the boy, then 15, who shot her by accident. She said he was charged as a juvenile with reckless homicide, and held until age 18.
And then after that, several different versions of the same story. He didn’ have no gun, he did have a gun.
To show you what kind of neighborhood is like, here are all of my posts which use the phrase “Wells-Goodfellow.” And I remember that it was one of the SLPD whack-a-mole neighborhoods back in May, but I didn’t actually cover that here. Every St. Louis neighborhood that is at least half black will eventually be part of the SLPD’s game of whack-a-mole.