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12 Shot, 1 Killed in Detroit During Basketball Court Party

June 22, 2015  | 

Over half a dozen pools of blood on a basketball court in northwest Detroit have dried-out, but the neighborhood where 12 were shot in a "retaliation-style" mass shooting Saturday night has little to say to police.

Police are looking for two suspects. One is described as a black male with light complexion in his twenties, and the other is described as a black male in his twenties with medium complexion, MLive.com reports.

Detroit Police Chief James Craig said police need the community's help to catch what he called urban terrorists who injured 11 and killed one in a rain of gunfire.

"You will allow this to continue if you do nothing," Detroit Police Chief James Craig said in a plea to the community.

"It must stop now."


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Chuck @ 6/23/2015 4:45 AM

Detroit is such a sewer.

Florida SO @ 6/23/2015 6:30 AM

Um, doesn't Detroit have some of the most strict gun laws like Chicago? How can this happen then if guns are illegal in the city? Is brother Al, or brother Jessie, or sister (sic!) Hillary now going to stand in from of the cameras over this one? I doubt it.

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