Good Gun Control: JJ Was A Good Kid, Sure He Was an Armed Robber But Look A Squirrel!

I mean he just really really wanted those Air Jordans that Kuffar was holding, we all know that Robbing the Kuffar is Halal, the ROP says so.

The Middletown teen who was shot and killed at the Dayton Mall over the weekend was trying to steal shoes from a man with a concealed carry license, police say.

Officials say the investigation shows that three male juveniles approached two men outside of the hhgregg store just after 10 a.m.. According to police, 16-year-old Jawaad Jabbar got out a gun and demanded merchandise from the men.

One of the men, who police say had a valid concealed carry license, produced his gun and shot Jabbar. Jabbar died from injuries sustained from the gunshot.
"This was a random act of, 'I want something that person has and I'm going to take it from them,'” said Sgt. Jay Phares of the Miami Township Police Department.

Miami Township and Miamisburg police departments as well as the Montgomery County Sheriff's Officer and Dayton Mall security officers assisted with the investigation.

Wait a minute who armed that Kuffar?
Officials say Jabbar was the only person injured. The investigation is still ongoing.

“JJ was a good kid, making good decisions and turning his life around. Everytime he stepped on the field, he was determined to be the best player. It's upsetting that his life ended so soon and I just want to send prayers out to his family and he will really be missed,” a fellow football teammate, Messiah Haralson, told FOX19 NOW.

Middletown Middles athletics sent a tweet Saturday night in honor of Jabbar.

FOX19 NOW spoke to Jabbar's father by phone late Sunday. He says his son is a world-class young man, a good athlete and a good student.

I can think of at least one very bad decision, his last one.

Posted by: Howie at 10:30 AM

Comments

1 Was he really a Muzzie?

Posted by: Yalaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!! at December 23, 2014 11:28 AM

2 He's dead, so does that make him a Gone Jabbar? /apologies to Frank Herbert

Posted by: pst314 at December 23, 2014 12:49 PM

3 Odds are that this was not the dead punk's first armed robbery.
Glad it was his last. He will not be missed by good citizens.

Posted by: pst314 at December 23, 2014 12:51 PM

4 So armed robbery makes you a world-class young man, a good athlete and a good student.

I do not think those words mean what you think they mean.

Posted by: Kaffiroon at December 23, 2014 01:01 PM

5 Some years earlier...shortly after his death..... Middletown Middles athletics sent out a tweet in honor of Baby Face Nelson.

Posted by: JOE at December 23, 2014 01:04 PM

6 This only works as long as white liberals and so called black civil rights group continue to tell black community not to arm themselves at the bidding of the corporate establishment or it will come down on them. Latest pew poll 54% of blacks support owning guns so they can shoot back at racial injustice. Up from 24% in last poll. Black comity has had enough of being told you should't own assault rifles but let them shoot you is being non threatening!

Posted by: captain*arizona at December 23, 2014 02:42 PM

7 Good people who are "turning their lives around" don't rob people, and they certainly don't brandish a firearm to rob someone. Robbing someone, as opposed to snatching something when no one is looking, is a completely different level of crime. This kid wasn't committing some petty left. He was demonstrating that he was willing to use violence against another human being over a stupid pair of gym shoes. This kid was a criminal, and a violent criminal at that. As usual, the parents were in complete denial about their angel being devoid of common human decency and a moral compass.

Posted by: Miss O at December 23, 2014 03:14 PM

8 And right on cue, the filth from AZ waddles in goes full bigot! Attention you racist POS...A young THUG attempted to STEAL something from an armed CITIZEN and was justifiably killed attempting to do so. See, no skin color identifiers required!

Posted by: WVinMN at December 23, 2014 04:47 PM

9 from twitter

@HannaRodefer




Dec 22 Read the news report. It was a random act. He never stole the shoes. He was shot when exiting the mall

@Emmaspaulding15




Dec 22 sympathy. Maybe he wasn't raised how you like. Get over it. He's out friend.

@Niall_Lover69 What the fuck are you talking about? He didn't have the gun and even if
he did he was a child. NOBODY deserves to die over shoes

Facts don't matter: his friends say it was a tragedy caused by some guy with a gun over shoes and JJ was innocent of everything and how dare you. "JJ did not have a gun." If he'd killed a stranger over a pair of Nikes his friends would all say "nice shoes."

Invincible ignorance.


Posted by: Storm Saxon's Gall Bladder at December 23, 2014 04:51 PM

10 What was a 16 year old doing with a gun?

Posted by: Aussie at December 24, 2014 12:35 AM

11 @#10: Aussie: I bought my son his very first shotgun at age 12. He shoots in trap and skeet competitions, and he's pretty good. He also uses that gun to go hunting with family and friends.

My daughter also shoots competitively, with a rifle. Her average scores are the best in her squad.

The idea of harming anyone, with a gun or otherwise, is completely out of character for either of them.

That this boy had a gun isn't what bothers me. I know some teenagers who own very nice semi-auto handguns. They are responsible, sober kids. The problem is that this particular fool was using that gun to commit felonies.

I feel sorry for the parents, but the standard line of "he was turning his life around" or "he made some bad life choices" doesn't ring all that true with me. There are many evil people in this world and this one managed to Darwin himself from the gene pool before he managed to do anything monumentally awful.

I'm not losing any sleep over this.

Posted by: Gork at December 24, 2014 07:32 AM

12 Is this the same kid whose parents gave him cash to go buy the shoes and he ended up dying because he wanted to rob the shoes so that he didnt have to pay for them? Or was that a different kid shot trying to rob someone for their shoes? I have a hard time keeping track of them all.

Posted by: President Not Sure at December 24, 2014 01:12 PM

13 Apparently these little "choir boys" and "honor students" who keep getting themselves dispatched by "intended victims" who happen to be armed -oopsie!- are very, VERY adept at showing one face to their families . . . and a whole different face to the rest of the world.

Or else the parents are aware of Trayvon Martin's parents' speeches-cum-beg-athons, wherein a huge trashcan gets passed among the crowd, and is returned to the grieving parents loaded with cash. Ya think that could be a motive for the immediate and total whitewashing these young dead thugs get from their families (abetted by the Black Grievance Industry) ?


Posted by: A_Nonny_Mouse at December 24, 2014 08:23 PM

14 In the time of the CCW and the second amendment it behooves the robber and thug to go out and reconsider his evil deeds.
Ask them selves at each tempting mark, "Yo, Yo, Yo Dis MoFo be armed?"
and then the unknown must surely check his evil deed.
For surely every man, woman you meet can and may be armed.
Then again these folks Just ain't that smart and rarely think ahead of seeing them selves wearing "Dem Fine ast shoes" strutting in front of the gang.
Reality intrudes with a loud bang.
Assume everyone is armed, it may save your dumb ass life.

Posted by: obsidian at December 25, 2014 10:29 AM

15 The burning question being asked in Berkley Missouri tonight is, "What kind of dumb phuc goes out and shoplifts from a store carrying an illegal weapon?"
is there a statute that covers armed shop lifting?

Posted by: obsidian at December 25, 2014 10:33 AM






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