The "Street Pirate Sponsored Executions" never seem to rile up the "Anti-Death Penalty Forces" into action.
They understand the folly of holding an "Occupation" outside of the death chamber BECAUSE "A Street Pirate Doesn't Offer Up COMMUTATION Of Death Sentences".
This fits into the larger observation which indicates: "A Street Pirate Don't Give A DAMN!!!!"
You Don't Have To Be A Rapper To Get Murdered In Atlanta.
You Only Need To Be In The "Wrong Place" In Close Proximity With A Street Pirate
July 3, 2012 - Atlanta Man Shot Dead At BP Gas Station On "Donald Lee Hollowell Blvd"
Yet Another Murder On A Street Named After A "Civil Rights Hero"
Donald Lee Hollowell
Civil Rights Attorney
(1917 - 2004)
Hollowell fought for "social justice" for Black people so that our people would no longer have to live through the terror and intimidation that the establishment powers allowed them to suffer through at the time as a means of KEEPING BLACKS IN THEIR PLACES.
His dedication and hard work earned him the privilege of being honored with his name permanently adorned on the street sights of a grand thoroughfare in Atlanta - replacing the name of a "Confederate General" which paid tribute to our OPPRESSORS
Now if the "Civil Rights Pharisees" that dominate the political consciousness of Atlanta can reach the "Street Pirates" while they are at the "Street Pirates In Training" phase of their development and tell them of the PENALTIES that they will suffer if they ASSAULT ANYONE on one of these exalted grand boulevards.
Sadly the Atlanta Police have merely changed the name of the street that appears on the crime report.
ATLANTA —A man was shot and killed at a gas station Tuesday morning.
Atlanta police said the man was pumping gas at the BP on Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway at Interstate 285 when he was shot and killed around 6:30 a.m.
Police said the victim is from out of town and was driving a rental car on the way back to the airport. The gunman walked across the street and approached the victim, who then got back in the car and was shot multiple times in the chest.
“Victim was transported to Grady and has subsequently died as a result of those injuries," Atlanta police Lt. Paul Guerrucci told Channel 2’s Amanda Cook.
Homicide detectives are investigating. K-9 units also canvassed the area to search for the shooter.
The shooting happened at a busy intersection, but witnesses were reluctant to talk.
“Sometimes when people witness a violent crime like this, sometimes they are a little apprehensive to come forward," Guerrucci said.
Off-camera, witnesses told Cook the gunman tried to rob the shooter.
Several high-ranking officers were at the crime scene, including Atlanta Police Chief George Turner, but police did not identify the victim.