More nonsense from the ghetto SE Queens.

Fellow blogger, Impunity City, which is always a great read not only on Queens but all the bullshit that NYC has to offer, is doing a great series called NEW BAD DAYS. The series is up to part 11 and certainly seems to dispel the powers that be claim of crime is down. Maybe in places like Park Slope, Mayor Dumbo’s hood, but obviously the powers that be are not checking out SE Queens and especially expensive Brooklyn, where for a gazillion dollars for housing, you can have bullets fly by your head and other nonsense, which the Impunity City Series, New Bad Days 11: The Brooklyn Brand Is Not Looking So High End And Hip In The Past 48 Hours ( shows that expensive hip Brooklyn is maybe not so damn hip.

But closer to home, we have the latest nonsense with whizzing bullets. And this time in Richmond Hill the perps are a diverse mix of Black and Hispanic. WELCOME TO THE WORLDS BOROUGH, in which South Jamaica, South Ozone Park, Richmond Hill and Greater Jamaica are in a race for crappiest ghetto community. What do the powers that be and especially BP Queens famous phrase: “Diverse & Vibrant”. Well it don’t get much more diverse than two Black men and one Hispanic AND is sure as shit don’t ge more vibrant than having your head get grazed by bullets.

What is the new NYC Motto, OH YEAH:

“It’s a mess. The city should’ve intervened a long time ago, I guess they are waiting for someone to actually die before they do something to help.”


From Queens Courier:

Photo by Mari Estrella/RHS NEWS

Photo by Mari Estrella/RHS NEWS
Officers from the 102nd Precinct were on the scene in Richmond Hill where an 18-year-old man was shot on April 13.

An 18-year-old man is lucky to be alive after being grazed by a bullet during a robbery attempt in Richmond Hill on Thursday night, police said.

Law enforcement sources said the shooting took place at 6:20 p.m. on April 13 in front of a home on 86th Avenue between 101st and 102nd streets.

According to police, the victim was walking through the area when he was approached by three suspects, described as two black males and one Hispanic male, who demanded cash and drugs.

When the teenager refused to comply with their demands, authorities said, one of the bandits pulled out a silver handgun and started firing. One of the bullets grazed the back of the victim’s head; the suspects subsequently fled the scene on foot eastbound along 86th Avenue.

Officers from the 102nd Precinct and EMS units responded to the scene. The victim was rushed to Jamaica Hospital, where he was treated for his injuries.

No arrests have been made, and the investigation is ongoing.

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