great story. Thanks for posting that.
Word can not describe this story. Watch the videos.
I grew up on the same area as him.. East Side of Detroit is no joke.
Some of you will say 'drug deal gone wrong', but stories like this aren't that uncommon back home.
My buddies and I used to skate Detroit after school and in the summer. Cops don't care - the city is yours for the taking.
However, there was always significant risk of running into real Gs that would shoot you for your money/shoes/watch/shirt on your back. Thankfully, the only problems we had was avoiding peddling bums.
Yeah man, this little thing on Ross makes me really believe that. It just seems like it's not the place to be
i'm not really sure how you are missing it, but he most certainly talks about his friend being the one who did it. He then goes on to mention his friend who was found in his house by the police because another friend turned him in, and then goes on to talk about his friends antics in court and his friends family ragging on him for not trying to get even without the law.
He definitely says it a couple times that it was his friend. Or at least "this kid he knew"
Why's it matter? Get over it, it's a wild story.
infact he says its his friend he knew him for what i think he 10 years? he had to shoot and kill someone to get into the gang he wanted in. so he shot ross, pay close attention when he speaks
literally the first 30 seconds
I just stumbled across this. I do have one question, where did the shooter get the shotgun? did he have it in the car on the way there? did he have it hidden in at the crime scene then got out and retrieved it? was there a third person at the crime scene who handed it off to him to perpetrate the shooting? Somebody knows the answer, it had to be among the first five questions he asked during his initial interview once he recovered.