This story has taken a slight turn. Could possibly be a case of self defense based on disparity of force.
Detroit Boy, 13, Charged in Shooting of 2 Teen Girls; Suspect's Mom Speaks Out
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There's not much one can say about this type of (ghetto) behavior.
13-Year-Old Boy Accused Of Shooting Two Teen Girls In Detroit
15 on one, yeah, I'd say that qualifies as disparity of force.
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When my son was 12 he got into a fight with a couple of other kids the same age and they didn’t like the outcome.
After my son got home from the park where the fight took place 3 carloads of young adults pulled up and were holding ball bats one had a machete. They were there to teach my son a lesson about living in the hood.
As they approached the house his mother came out and asked what they wanted, their replies are not fit to print here. They kept coming till reaching the porch, where she was, one of them pushed her down and another punched her as she got up. That is when my son retrieved the MAK 90 (AK47) racked a round in the chamber and let a round go into the ground.
Turns out they all seemed to have urgent business elsewhere because they were piling into the cars that they had arrived in, and leaving in such a hurry they were leveling some of their hommies behind, as they had to dive into open windows of the car as it drove off to their new appointment.
My son was well versed in the operation of that and other guns that were kept in the house for just such occasions.
Police were never involved in it, because I feared they would not like the gun play, funny thing we never had any more trouble out of those people.
I came home from work about an hour after the event to find out about it (pre cell phone days)
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That city should just be called D'troit, these days...
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Detroit. Sais' enough, not even reading the story linked.
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