Replies: 31 - Last Post: May 15, 2013 2:59 PM Last Post By: huetepec
May 15, 2013 3:42 AM
30#29, it's been in the paper every day for the last several days, front page or right inside. Several people have asked me about it in conversation... so it's on people's minds.
The "hit" theory is a little less out there than it would be for an everyday fulano, but still seems a bit unlikely. Were the girls who lured them back there in on it? A stretch. The 'friend' who he was accompanying? More possible on a practical level, but still...
May 15, 2013 2:59 PM
Of course you're right. The news of the Capital are a big concern for more than just those who live there. Reviewing the story in Universal and La Jornada it is instructive to scan the comments because that is where the knowledge and anecdotal stories and personal experiences of the area really stands out above the scant details of the actual articles. i have learned much about the corruption: between these establishments, the local politicians and the police -- all profiting in one way or other by this arrangement. Generally, the comments convey a disgust at the status quo, and for this wasteful murder an embarrassment at this disgraceful event. It really shows the way of life in the Capital from the perspective of those who live there. Beyond the tragic death of Shabazz, it is really sad to read the critical comments of the residents...
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