George Wray, 73, remains in critical condition as a package exploded that was left on his doorstep meant for a Blood gang member that was a renter in the home according to The Daily News (http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/queens/family-queens-landlord-injured-exploding-parcel-rattled-article-1.3368190).

So if you don’t think shitty ghetto Jamaica can get any worse, get ready. Now gangs are using bombs. Hoards of drug addicts & homeless are roaming the streets and more and more low-class immigrants are arriving by the bus load.

Over a million dollars and you would think this is some little kid playing in the slums of Calcutta, bu no, it is REVITALIZED JAMAICA.

Damn, that white boy in the back is cutting up some good shit.

The photo below pretty much sums up Jamaica and NYC for that matter,  but it is definitely the new symbol for the “Revitalized Jamaica”.

Jamaica’s new symbol says it all about this ghetto community, which has gotten even worse in the last 6 months.


From Queens Courier:

Photo via Shutterstock

Detectives continue to look for the perpetrators who left a bomb that exploded and critically injured a 73-year-old man on the doorstep to his south Queens home on Friday afternoon.

Law enforcement sources said the blast occurred at 4:15 p.m. on July 28 in the vicinity of 222nd Street and 145th Road in Springfield Gardens.

 According to police, the senior man discovered the explosive device — contained within a cylinder that was about the size of a Quaker Oats can — near the entrance to his residence. NYPD Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce said the device went off when the victim went to open it, causing the man to suffer second- and third-degree burns over 80% of his body.

“There is substantial evidence left from this device, which appears to be a victim-actuated device; the explosion was caused by opening the package,” Boyce said. “We consider this a low-explosive; there was no shrapnel associated with this device.”

Officers from the 105th Precinct and EMS units responded to the incident. The victim remains hospitalized in critical condition at Nassau University Medical Center.

According to published reports, police learned that the package contained a single name that was not disclosed to the press. It was not, however, linked to anyone living inside the man’s residence.

No arrests have been made, and the NYPD Arson and Explosion Squad is conducting the investigation, police said.



AND to that Ruthie from South East Queens over in the Times Ledger article (http://www.timesledger.com/stories/2017/30/105barber_2017_07_28_q.html?comm=1#feedback) who comment to me:

Hi Joe,
South East Queens doesn’t need a racist ignorant bastard like yourself trying to tear them down. Racist people like you love to ignore the reality of the country we live in. White people kill in their communities just like everyone else and guess what the media and people like yourself ignore that.


Well, Ms. Fucking Delusional,  how many parcels exploded in Forest Hills for a Blood gang member by another rival gang. NONE ASSHOLE,because Forest Hills is CIVILIZED and has none of this ghetto bullshit in their community like Jamaica does.


Guess, we will not hear this information from elected officials, Queen BP Katz, Mayor DICKWAD or find this in any of the “Revitalized Jamaica” promotional material. Springfield Gardens, Laurelton, Rosdale, Cambria Heights, doesn’t matter GHETTO knows no fucking boundaries in Jamaica.



From The Daily News:

Family of Queens landlord injured by exploding parcel rattled as ‘father for everyone’ fights for his life

George Wray, 73, was badly burned after he opened the mysterious parcel left on the front porch of his two-family home in Queens.

(Gardiner Anderson/for New York Daily News)

The family of a Queens landlord critically injured by an exploding package said Saturday they are struggling to stay strong.George Wray, 73, was badly burned after he opened the mysterious parcel left on the front porch of his two-family home on 222nd St. near 145th Rd. in Springfield Gardens around 5:15 p.m. Friday, police said.Medics rushed Wray to Nassau University Medical Center where he is fighting for his life, relatives said.

His sister Miriam Wray, 65, said they have kept a steady presence by his bedside and are trying to cope with the tragedy that left a hard-working father figure heavily sedated and breathing through a respirator.

Man, 73, burned when package detonates on porch in Queens

“It’s very hard. He was the father for everyone. The first person people would call when they had trouble,” she said. “He was always there for us.”

Medics rushed Wray to Nassau University Medical Center where he is fighting for his life, relatives said.

(Gardiner Anderson/for New York Daily News)

She said her brother, a Jamaican immigrant who has lived in the neighborhood for around 45 years, bought the house a few years ago and she helped him fix up the dilapidated property.

“He was so excited,” she said of Wray, who is the father of an adult son. “He was going to rent it out and sell it to one of the family one day.”

Doctors don’t know how long Wray’s recovery will take and are waiting to see if he makes any improvements in the coming days, she said.

Wray suffered burns over 80% of his body after the cylindrical shaped package filled with black powder ignited, police said.

His sister Miriam Wray, 65, said they have kept a steady presence by his bedside and are trying to cope with the tragedy.

(Gardiner Anderson/for New York Daily News)

Cops were still working to piece together what happened.

The package was meant for a Bloods gang member who lives in the home Wray rents out, police sources said.

Kathleen Toussaint, a tenant at the property, said the blast was so strong it knocked her landlord off his feet.

“It literally lifted him up in the air,” she said.

“When we came outside we saw he was kneeling in the grass and neighbors were trying to turn off the fire that was on him,” recalled Toussaint.

“It was really a scary sight because his skin was coming off,” she added.

Toussaint said she believes the package was on the porch for weeks and was not addressed to anyone at the property.

“We’re still kind of shaken up about it because it could’ve been anyone of us,” she said.

“God forbid if we took it inside the house, it would have been much worse.”



Now maybe some hood rat or asshole from Jamaica will like to chime in like one did when I posted about another punk ass gang member, Shawn Hoggarth, who tried to burn down his family’s house with family members in it the other day (https://cleanupjamaicaqueens.wordpress.com/2017/04/02/the-amount-of-low-life-ghetto-crap-living-in-southeast-queens-is-staggering-rochdales-snow-gangmember-hood-rat-shawn-hoggarth-tries-to-burn-down-his-familys-house-with-family-inside/) and give the typical response of “racism” and “he is not a gang member, I know him” and other crap that too many folks in Jamaica and communities like it always say. Like the response from FaceBook:

White men in suits have damaged this nieghborhood more then any gang member . Take this gentrified propaganda somewhere else.. When white boy’s bug out its mental issues that’s what this is.. The young man is sick . He is not he is schizophrenic snow gang was kids he is to old idiot.. I live in this nieghborhood I know this kid .. He is not in a gang at all he is sick. If it was a white boy you wouldn’t have trouble seeing his mental illness. dont bring that racist shit here my grandparents may have tolerated it I won’t I will choke any of you racist yuppies out with my bare hands .. Tread lightly white man from town keep your Neanderthal opinion to yourself. Funny how you left Donald trump and his father out.. But your post was directed at black enablers …WHAT ABOUT WHITE ENABLERS??? I am on the issue .

Yeah, he is on the issue, whatever the fuck that means. Basically it is just making excuses for bad ghetto behavior by that somewhat incoherent rambling and citing “racism” to deflect from the issue at hand.

And for those who think that having a Starbucks on Jamaica Avenue is gentrification or are screaming “gentrification”, I certainly see no signs of gentrification in this community, but then some folks want to keep Jamaica down and ghetto, so that they can do all kind of shit, like this knucklehead who is heading to prison for good. Like Black people don’t go to Starbucks or that all Black people like to live in some garbage strewn crime ridden area. GET REAL some of you.

But like I have said many times before. YOU SHOULD HAVE TAKEN BETTER CARE OF YOUR COMMUNITY IF YOU REALLY CARED, the operative phrase being IF  YOU REALLY CARED.

This whole ghetto thing is getting tiresome and it is so 80’s, many do not want this ghetto crap or  nonsense anymore and are tired of it. By the way ghetto is not part of Black culture, so don’t hold onto it like it is. Maybe some of you should actually learn about black culture and history or pick up a book by Marcus Garvey, if some you young ones even know who that is.


From Queens Courier:

Photo via Shutterstock, inset courtesy of the Acting Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez’s office

A reputed gang member man from Jamaica may be spending the next 75 years behind bars after being convicted on Tuesday of shooting two security guards, leaving one dead and the other paralyzed.

According to Acting Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez, Antonio Mahon, 22, shot one guard in the head and one in the back after invading a home and threatening to kill two other people earlier that morning.

 On Nov. 28, 2014 at 8:45 a.m., Mahon, who is a member of the Bloods gang, was walking down the sidewalk near Rockaway Avenue and Livonia Avenue in Brownsville, Brooklyn, when he approached two on-duty security guards who were employed at the Riverdale Towers housing complex, which is home to several rival gang members, according to trial testimony.

Prosecutors said Mahon passed the guards, turned around and fired two shots, one into a guard’s head and one in the other guard’s back.

The guard who was shot in the head, Aaron Locklear, 30, died five days later at Brookdale Hospital. The other guard was treated at Kings County Hospital but was left partially paralyzed from the waist down.

According to the trial testimony, the shootings took place after Mahon was involved in a home invasion and threats that were committed in Brooklyn earlier that morning. At 2:30 a.m. on Nov. 28, 2014, Mahon chased down a rival gang member into a Dumont Avenue apartment, pointed a black and silver handgun at the man’s head and threatened to kill him. Then at 8:30 a.m., shortly before the shootings, a video surveillance camera captured Mahon pointing a gun at another victim’s head at 330 Bristol St.

Police recovered two shell casings near the crime scene at Riverdale Towers and a loaded black and silver .40-caliber handgun in a garbage can less than one block away. Two additional shell casings were found at the Bristol Street crime scene. Ballistics matched the shell casings to the recovered firearm.

Mahon was arrested on Jan. 9, 2015, at a relative’s home in Queens. According to police, he admitted to shooting two men with a black and silver handgun. Mahon was later identified by three witnesses during a police lineup.

Mahon was convicted of second-degree murder, second-degree attempted murder, first-degree assault, first-degree burglary, second-degree burglary, two counts of second-degree criminal possession of a weapon, two counts of second-degree assault, criminal possession of a firearm and second-degree menacing. He is scheduled to be sentenced on April 21, where he faces a maximum of 75 years to life in prison.

Acting District Attorney Gonzalez said, “Two hardworking young men were the victims of a tragic and unconscionable act of gang-related violence. When the defendant chose to shoot them in broad daylight, one of the men, a father of three, was ripped from his family forever. The other was lucky enough to survive, but his life will never be the same.”