The Street Pirates, who's antics are far, far, far more embarrassing than "A Real Family Fued Over Love And Hip Hop In Atlanta With Someone Else's Wife Named Tiny & TI"
Television Shows Being Shot In Metro-Atlanta
People Being Shot By Street Pirates Hanging Out Of A Sun Roof In Atlanta
This woman could have stayed in Los Angeles and gotten shot by someone doing something purposeful - like defending their gang turf. It all seems so senseless to travel across the country for a baseball tournament only to get shot in the face by a Street Pirate who pull up beside you on I-75 and unloads 5 bullets from a long rifle into your rental car.
The only solace that one can get out of this story is that there is "Nothing Here" for the "Civil Rights Pharisees" to grasp upon.
Some of them are no doubt in town for the weekend after participating in the photo-op for the ground breaking of the "Atlanta Civil Rights Museum" to commemorate a time when lawless thugs used VIOLENCE to retain ORDER.
At least the Street Pirates of today use VIOLENCE to give a taste of the anarchy they will produce IF the cries of the "Prisoners Rights Movement" of "Free Them All, Free The Land" were ever acted upon.
One thing is for sure: IF the "Sun Roof Street Pirate Assassin" is ever caught there will be no Civil Rights Pharisee at his arraignment hearing. UNLESS he is 75 years old who thought she stole something out of his house and the woman driving was merely a teenager.
From The Article
Atlanta police were investigating a drive-by shooting on I-75 north near downtown that left a Los Angeles woman wounded in the face.
The woman, who was driving a rental car, was traveling with her husband around 2 a.m. Friday after leaving Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport when the shooting occurred, according to a police report.
The couple had arrived in the city two hours earlier to attend a son's baseball tournament and were on their way to a Marietta hotel, they told police.
As the couple traveled on I-75 near Northside Drive, they said a man emerged from either the sunroof or passenger window of a dark vehicle that was traveling ahead of them in a left lane and began shooting at their rental car.
The woman was shot in the face, with the bullet entering her cheek.
"She was apparently able to maintain control of the vehicle long enough to pull over and let the male passenger take the wheel and drive to Piedmont Hospital, which was a short drive from their location," APD spokeswoman Kim Jones said in a statement to Channel 2 Action News.
The officer investigating the shooting said the couple's vehicle had at least five bullet points of entry, including two in the windshield.
The couple said they were not involved in any road rage incident before the shooting.
"Based on their story, the incident appears to be a random act of violence," Jones said.
The couple gave conflicting descriptions of the vehicle in which the shooter was traveling. The man said it was either a Chevrolet Impala or Malibu, while the shooting victim said it was an SUV.
The driver said the shooter was a black male wearing white shirt. He was holding "a long gun" that he was holding with both hands.
The woman was admitted to Piedmont in stable condition.