haha these articles have been making me laugh so hard these past few days. all of a sudden every journalist has rolled with gangs and knows the inner workings lol
Michael c. Chettlecburgh, bought a tupac cd and watches dawg the bounty hunter best believe he knows the scoop on the street
Registered: Oct 2005
Was at Sears when this happened.
At first I saw a group of teenage girls run past me in a bit of a tizzy, figured "just teenage girls being silly".
Few minutes later, a group of adults go running past and I'm a bit "ehh, wtf?"
A little bit after that, a huge rush of people going through Sears, a mother looking upset, her child crying - finally asked one of them what was going on and then someone said that shots were fired.
Then more people running around, if that was the commotion happening at the complete opposite end of the mall - can't imagine what it was like down closer to Queen street. Yikes
Went to leave Sears, exits to the subway were locked, police all over - went up the Escalator and it was nuts outside. All the people crowding around holding cellphones trying to take pictures was annoying - made it very hard to work through the crowd to just get out of the area.
Glad to hear that the kid turned himself in and they now have him in custody. To open fire in the middle of the food court on a busy afternoon is messed. I feel for the people who were actually in the food court when this went down -- terrible thing to go through.
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Registered: Dec 2001
Location: here & there
RT @stephaniesmyth: CONFIRMED: Christopher Husbands will be charged in connection with #Toronto #Eaton Centre shooting
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