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Update: Man Fatally Shot in Long Island City Following Dispute Over Parking Space

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Sept. 3, 2020 By Christian Murray

A 25-year-old man was killed after being shot in the stomach following a dispute over a parking space in Long Island City Thursday.

Police said the victim was gunned down at around 6:50 p.m. in the middle of the street on Borden Avenue near 2nd Street.

The police said that the shooter fled the scene with a passenger in a gray BMW.

The victim was taken to an area hospital and died in surgery.

Sources say that the shooter has a rap sheet and is known to the police.

The police are confident that they will catch the perpetrator, sources say.

The name of the victim has not yet been released.

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Paul Kersey

Good thing we live in a progressive city where soft on crime policies allow those who have been the victims of systemic racism and oppression to be driven around in luxury automobiles where they can murder people in broad daylight over a parking space. Keep voting Democrat! They need access to more programs!!!!!

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Maga 2020- the law and order president

Thats because all you liberal fools voted mr big bird in. Dems, libs have ruined ny

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Bill

“Law and Order President?”

Nonsense. He is president now and is fostering disorder. It’s on his watch!

How about defending a 17 year old who crossed state lines with an assault weapon and killed two people, one carrying a skateboard?” Mr. maga actually defended this murderer! That’s not “law and order” to me!

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Trump says dead American soldiers are "losers" and "suckers"

…all this coming from a draft dodger.
He cut the federal budget for the COPS hiring program by 58%.
Called General Mattis (his secretary of defense) “The world’s most over-rated general.”

wait how does he love law and order again? lol

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anonymous

Killed over a parking spot. And politicians keep saying China has human rights issues. I’ve never heard of someone in China shot and killed over a parking spot. Life is cheap in China but even cheaper on American streets!

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Old Astorian

As much as I can’t stand BDB, it’s certainly not his fault this country loves guns and makes it easy for anyone to get one.

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