This is what social distancing looks like in Dorchester.
And that right there is why coronavirus is probably never gonna go away. If you think you can get ghetto folk to buy into something where we all work together and sacrifice for the common good, then you don’t know ghetto folk. They’re just not built that way. If I heard “That’s a male and a female,” one more time I was contemplating taking a bath in Covid 19 infested fecal matter just to make it all end quicker.
As you may have heard in the video, they were there because someone inside got shot. But instead of letting the cops do their job these ragtags caused a scene, interfered with first responders trying to help the victim (who for all they knew had the commie cold), and one of those skags bitch slapped the cop after pointing in his face.
Then acted surprised when she got cuffed.
Of course this bitch had no pants or shoes on too.
Because it’s a Saturday in March in Dorchester. Pants are optional.
But instead of just letting the cops do their job, the sweatpants mafia immediately busted out their cell phones and got up in the personal space of police officers and other civilians in hopes of getting some good footage to sent to Didi Delgado.
“Treat her like she’s a white woman. Treat her like she’s white.”
Believe it or not when white women bitch slap police officers they’re prone to get arrested too genius.
This was the most underrated quote from that video.
“I wanna see why my friend’s mom is getting arrested and why her titties are falling out of her shirt.”
She was arrested for general guttermuppetry and her titties were falling out because……Dorchester. Mystery solved.
Here’s the background on what went down:
Boston Police report arresting two teens on charges they shot a man on Westville Street in Dorchester around 2 p.m., after possibly first shooting at but failing to hit somebody else in the Franklin Hill development about eight minutes earlier. Police say one of the suspects, a 17-year-old too young to be named, shot the victim at Westville Street and Louis D. Brown Way – named in memory of a 15-year-old shot to death in 1994. The victim, himself 19, got to 64 Westville St. and ran inside, where police officers, alerted by the BPD ShotSpotter system, found him with a gunshot wound to the leg that was bad enough to require them to apply a tourniquet.
You know you’re in the hood when you’re a teen who got shot by two other teens on a street named after a teen who was shot and killed on that street 26 years ago.
Police say they arrested Rain Warren, 18, and Cody Claiborne, 38, both of Dorchester, on charges of assault and battery on a police officer, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Both women, police say, struck an officer in the face, police say officers were also spit on. The video shows an officer striking one of the women in return. Both females, were subsequently arrested and charged with Assault and Battery on a Police Officer, Disorderly Conduct and Resisting Arrest.
Pants Jemima’s 18, so this type of behavior was expected from her. But by rule you automatically become the village elder if you make it to 38 in Dorchester, so I expected better behavior from Cody Clairborne.
Of course the shooters’ getaway vehicle was a scooter, and they just came from a drive by scooter shooting that didn’t work out as planned (they missed).
Police say an officer on patrol in the area of Columbia Road and Geneva Avenue spotted the two suspects on their scooter soon after.
The officer stated that the scooter fled on Greenwood Street, driving the wrong direction towards Harvard Street. Shortly after that the suspect’s scooter crashed into a vehicle at Harvard Street and Standish Road. Members of the Youth Violence Strike Force in the area were able to apprehend one suspect (operator) immediately after the crash. The second suspect was apprehended moments later as he exited an alley near 5 Standish Road. Officers obtained video which revealed the suspect entering the rear of 5 Standish Road after the crash. An officer from the Canine unit responded and after a search of the area recovered a loaded firearm in the rear of 5 Standish Road.
Both the 17-year-old and Rolondo Carrero, 18, of Hyde Park, were charged with armed assault with intent to murder, illegal possession of a firearm, illegal possession of ammunition, carrying a loaded firearm, possession of a high-capacity firearm, possession of a firearm with an obliterated serial number and discharging a firearm within 500 feet of a dwelling, police say. Police continue that the Westville incidents happened not long after two people on a scooter shot at a man standing on Shandon Road in Franklin Hill. They missed him but hit the car he was standing next to, police say. The younger teen was also already wanted on warrants for illegal possession of a firearm, illegal possession of ammunition, carrying a loaded firearm and trespassing, police say.
In fairness, 50% is a pretty good rate. You try shooting someone on a moving scooter while undoubtably holding the gun sideways.
The bottom line is that people like this don’t give a flying fuck about coronavirus, and they’re certainly not gonna listen to Charlie Baker or the cops when they’re told to social distance. Kind of like how they don’t follow or obey gun laws either. The cops showed up to try to save a life of someone they probably knew, and instead of letting them do their job they tried to fight them, yelled racial slurs, spit on them, and formed a mob that had to be cordoned off. As usual, it’s the people who follow the rules and don’t break the law who do all the sacrificing.
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