The National Felons League, Episode 2
In a previous article for lewrockwell.com, I excoriated the National Football League’s Pittsburgh Steelers for commemorating a deceased apprentice drive by shooter by having the thug’s name stenciled onto their helmets. The late Antwon Rose, Jr., 17, had armed himself with a stolen 9 millimeter semiautomatic pistol and boarded a jitney with Zaijuan Hester, also 17, who was armed with a .40 caliber semiautomatic pistol. As the jitney drew near a pedestrian named William Ross, Hester stuck his gun out the window and opened fire, wounding Ross. A passerby—who just happened to be armed—opened fire on the jitney, shattering the rear windshield and prompting the driver to get the hell out of there as fast as he could. It was later found out that Rose and Ross were on bad terms with one another. Had the passerby’s unexpected interference prevented Rose from getting his piece of the action and popping some caps on Ross? The jitney was later stopped by a police officer, at which time Rose and Hester abandoned their weapons and fled the vehicle; the officer fired on them as they sprinted away, fatally striking Rose.
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