ROSEDALE SHOOTING: CAIN & ABLE, SOUTHEAST QUEENS STYLE

Talk about brother versus brother, brought to you by the wonderful area known as SE Queens and Jamaica via Rosedale. Still no word on the other “Jamaica Bloody Mother’s Massacre” that left one Jamaica man dead and the other with a gunshot to the torso.

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From The Daily News:

EXCLUSIVE: Queens man confesses to shooting own brother in neck, nearly slaying him

Cadien Gore confessed to cops that he blasted his own brother in the neck, nearly killing him, on Sunday at about 6:30 a.m. in South Queens, authorities said.

(Theodore Parisienne/for New York Daily News)

It was a Cain and Abel tale — South Queens style.

Cadien Gore confessed to cops that he blasted his own brother in the neck, nearly killing him, on Sunday at about 6:30 a.m., authorities said.

Marco Stewart, 37, was found in the doorway of the brothers’ Rosedale home on Mayda Road near 243rd St. with a gunshot wound to his throat, police said.

Video shows Gore, 40, arriving at the house with a woman shortly before the attack. As the woman was leaving, a shot rang out and she ran off, police sources said. Gore momentarily left the house, but went back inside before cops arrived.

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Stewart, who was taken to Jamaica Hospital in stable condition, survived the bullet to his neck, cops said.

Gore was charged with attempted murder. Police did not find a gun inside the home, officials said.

Stewart’s shooting was one of three across the borough Sunday morning. A deranged dad in Flushing shot his girlfriend in the head in front of their 8-month-old daughter. The 32-year-old mom survived, but in a separate incident in Brookville, a 38-year-old was left brain dead after a gunman ambushed him and another man before speeding off in a silver BMW.

 

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One thought on “ROSEDALE SHOOTING: CAIN & ABLE, SOUTHEAST QUEENS STYLE

  1. South Queens Style? Looks like the violent subculture in the dirty southeast is getting recognized.

    decades ago, this would have been south bronx or bed-stuy style.

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