For those liberal do-gooders that are outraged by my 30 Blocks of Squalor articles, stick this in your crack pipe and smoke it. This is how the filthy animals that inhabit the 30 Blocks of Squalor settle arguments about basketball games. These ignorant dregs of society that voted 100% for Barack Obama just pull out a gun and blast away on a SEPTA subway. 46th and Market is where that American Bandstand plaque and the Enterprise Center to help black businesses sits. I notice the article says the descriptions of the young lads was vague. I’ll go out on a limb and predict they might be black. Oh my. That is certainly racist on my part. Finding lowlife, ignorant, violent, black, Trayvon-hoodie wearing gangbangers in West Philly may be difficult for the police. It describes 70% of the population. I just know that four more years of Obamanomics will surely revive the 30 Blocks of Squalor and create upstanding West Philly citizens.
Basketball dispute leads to shooting on SEPTA El train
WEST PHILADELPHIA – December 13, 2012 (WPVI) — Police say a suspect opened fire on a SEPTA elevated train after an argument over the Sixers loss Wednesday night.
The incident occurred around 11:00 p.m. at the El stop at 46th Street on the Market-Frankford line.
According to police, two teens walked out of a train after arguing with a Bulls fan who was wearing his team’s jersey.
One of the teens pulled a gun and fired into the crowded train car, critically wounding the 35-year-old male Bulls fan in the stomach.
Police say the bullet went through him and hit another man, 30, in the leg who was trying to stop the fight. He is in stable condition.
Both men were taken to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
Officials say there were more than two dozen people on the train at the time of the shooting.
So far, police only have a vague description of the suspects.
They are believed to be about 17 and 19 years of age. Both were wearing gray hooded sweatshirts. The shooter also had on a blue vest.
Police are searching for the suspects and reviewing surveillance video.