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Candlelight vigil to condemn violent crimeOur neighborhood belongs to us, not crime

by Shaun Knittel – SGN Associate Publisher CANDLELIGHT VIGIL
MELROSE and Electronic. PINE ST .
SATURDAY, AUGUST twenty two
@ 9PM Shots rang from Capitol Hill and a young man is certainly dead. A man walking home after leaving a Gay bar at the Hill heard someone behind him say, ‘Hey, ‘ and when he turned around he was knocked out, cut open from the punch he did not see coming, and his telephone was missing. Another Gay guy and his friend were walking to the QFC nearest Union and 12th when they were approached by a young man who asked them for the period, somehow they found themselves getting lunged at by the man who was today holding a giant piece of sharp cup shard, trying to slash them. These people called the police and when the police found the man, he continued shouting at them, in front of the police, which he was in a gang and that they would soon be dead. This is Capitol Hill now. And the worst part of it all is that aside from carping on Facebook the re

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