8 shot at Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Park in Miami on MLK Day

Blacks honored Martin Luther King on Marching, Looting, and Killin’ Day by engaging in some target practice. Their targets were other blacks.

The shooters will need to get in some more practice on the firing range since nobody was killed.

Excerpt from WSVN

NORTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – Police and fire rescue crews are on the scene after eight people were shot during a Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration at Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Park.

According to Miami-Dade Fire Rescue, three juveniles and three adults were shot, and two other juveniles were grazed by bullets. The two juveniles who were grazed by bullets were treated on the scene and released to their parents.

Miami-Dade Police was among the multiple agencies that responded to the scene of the shooting at 6011 N.W. 32nd Avenue, in Northwest Miami-Dade, Monday, just before 4 p.m.

Five of the six hospitalized victims are listed in stable condition, according to MDPD. Another victim, described as a 20-year-old man, is currently undergoing surgery and is listed in critical condition.

At around 5:20 p.m., Miami-Dade Police confirmed they had detained two people for questioning and recovered two weapons from the scene.

“I now can report that we have two people detained and are being questioned by our detectives, Detective Marjoria Eloi said, “And we have two firearms that have been detained.”

7News reporter Ann Keil and photographers were about 1,000 feet away from the scene of the shooting, along Northwest 32nd Avenue and Northwest 62nd Street. They heard between four and six shots.

Moments later, the news crew saw displaced children crying after losing their parents when a stampede of attendees ran away from the scene in search of safety. Many police officers were seen carrying small children away from the scene.

As all of this was going on, parade-goers were seen ducking for cover underneath vendor tables and behind walls.

At one moment, six MDPD officers entered a nearby house with their guns drawn. It is unclear if this is related to the shooting at the park. The officers did not leave the home with anyone.

According to Keil, at least two women looked like they had been shot in the leg. Officers were seen picking up these victims by hand and carrying them away to safety.

Moments later, a man was seen on the floor in handcuffs.

“[This happened] too close to home,” said witness Tammy Meeks, who was attending the celebration with her family. “I mean, I had my son out here, my nieces and nephews were here, and my main concern was to make sure they were OK. My main goal was to get down and cover them so they wouldn’t be harmed. It’s terrible. I mean, this is supposed to be Martin Luther King Day. This should be one of the one days out of the year where whether you’re white, black, Hispanic – no matter what you are, we come together and just have fun and care for one another. And it’s senseless that we can’t just do that on one day of the year.”

By 4:30 p.m., only a few vendors were left packing up their belongings and tents, visibly disappointed and disheartened after the peaceful day took a violent turn.

They are just like us, only darker. Right? Right? …

Liberals blame black dysfunction on “the legacy of slavery.” They’ll still be doing that a thousand years from now, if the earth hasn’t been destroyed by black overpopulation by then.

4 thoughts on “8 shot at Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Park in Miami on MLK Day

      • Heh heh, when 2 or more porch primates are gathered in Marxist Looter Koon day, you can safely bet there will be riots, blood shed, looting, rape, shootings……..in negro terms a good time is guaranteed by all…….

        The msm of course would never dream of covering suchmayhem, unbless they are allowed to photoshop the merrymakers as evil YT KKK neo nazzi terrorists, or change any release names from De’quantell and Mokeisha ands Clamydia to some YT names

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