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Jesus Take The Wheel: 6-Year-Old Boy Accidentally Shoots And Kills Woman With Gun He Found During Car Ride


Who leaves a gun in a car for a kid to find?

6-Year-Old Boy Accidentally Shoots And Kills Woman

This is so tragic.

According to Raw Story:

A 6-year-old boy accidentally shot and killed a South Carolina woman after finding a gun in the back seat of a car.

Investigators said the boy shot 22-year-old Alexandra Anita Santos, who was riding in the passenger seat of the car, on Thursday afternoon after finding the semiautomatic handgun.

Police said the boy was the son of the driver, who was described as a friend of Santos.

Authorities said the single shot went through the seat, struck the woman’s back, and traveled into her chest.

The car was moving at the time of the shooting, police said.

Investigators aren’t sure who owns the gun or why it was on the rear floorboard when the child found it.

We all have to do better when it comes to keeping these guns out of the hands of children.


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What The Hell??? Ex-NFL Player Brian Holloway’s House Trashed By Partying Slizzard Teens

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These kids had a “Project X” kind of night.

Teenagers Trash Brian Holloway’s House In Wild Party

According to The NY Daily News

Former NFL offensive lineman Brian Holloway initially thought the Twitter photos showing young people partying at his family’s second home in upstate New York were a hoax.

Then he saw pictures of teens standing on the dining room table he bought with his Super Bowl winnings.

Holloway’s rural vacation home was trashed during a Labor Day weekend party attended by an estimated 200 to 400 teenagers. Holloway said the partiers caused at least $20,000 in damage, breaking windows and doors, punching holes in walls and spraying graffiti. He saw the whole thing unfold live on Twitter — and now he’s using the teens’ own posts to reveal their identities.

Holloway, who played offensive tackle for the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Raiders in the 1980s, said his 19-year-old son, a University of Southern Florida sophomore, alerted him to the party after receiving tweets about it the night of Aug. 31.

No one is safe from a slizzard teenager.

Holloway was at his home in Lutz, Fla., at the time and watched as more tweets about the party were posted, many of them accompanied by photos of young people drinking throughout his home in Stephentown, on the Massachusetts border 25 miles southeast of Albany.

“We were getting eyewitness reports of what was happening while it was happening. We couldn’t believe what was going down,” Holloway told The Associated Press.

Yvonne Keefe, spokeswoman for the Rensselaer County Sheriff’s Office, confirmed Wednesday that a “very large investigation” into the party was underway. Police believe 200 to 400 young people were at the party, but investigators aren’t commenting on the role social media is playing in the probe, she said.

No arrests have been reported.

Holloway, a father of eight, said he used Twitter postings to compile 200 names of teens he said were at the party. He has been posting them on a website he created,, in an effort to get them to come forward, take responsibility for their actions and change their behavior.

“Any kids where this makes sense to go to a party like this and be a part of that, this kid’s in trouble,” he said.

Hit the flip for more wild party photos.

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Guess What Charles Manson’s Son Looks Like

Charles Manson has a son named, Matthew Roberts. Matthew recently found out that his biological father is Charles Manson and says “I can’t help but feel some kind of emotional connection”:

A Gandhi-following, peace-loving, free-spirited vegetarian who was adopted at birth has discovered the worst possible thing a son could find out about his father – his dad is Charles Manson. “It’s like finding out that Adolf Hitler is your father,” said Matthew Roberts, a Los Angeles disc jockey.

A curious Roberts, 41, began investigating his poisoned family tree about 12 years ago, when he contacted a social services agency, which located his mother, Terry, in Wisconsin, according to the London Sun. His reluctant natural mom fed him bits and pieces, like his first and middle name — Lawrence Alexander — withholding his infamous surname until she could summon the courage to tell him the truth.

But Roberts pressed her for more details until she finally revealed the shocking secret, that his dad was one of the most infamous serial killers the world has ever known. “I didn’t want to believe it,” Roberts said. “I was frightened and angry. I’m a peaceful person — trapped in the face of a monster.” Terry told Roberts he was born after Manson raped her in a drug-fueled orgy in 1967. She gave the baby up for adoption.

Even she admits her long-lost son bears a striking resemblance to the mastermind whose family of commune followers committed nine gruesome murders in Los Angeles in 1969. Their victims included pregnant actress Sharon Tate, film director Roman Polanski’s wife. Manson, 75, is an inmate at Corcoran State Prison in California. After five years, Roberts eventually wrote to Manson, who replied with letters and postcards — eerily signed with an ugly swastika — the wartime Nazi symbol Manson has tattooed onto his menacing forehead.

Roberts said he has his own bouts with schizophrenia, but other than that, the apple fell far from the tree. “My hero is Gandhi,” Roberts said. “I’m an extremely non-violent, peaceful person and a vegetarian. I don’t even kill bugs. I’ve had long hair all my life. I could make it go away, but I can’t let the world and their fears change me.” Two years ago, Roberts said he received a swastika-stamped post card from Manson with a prison phone number, but Roberts never made the call. “He’s my biological father. I can’t help but have some kind of emotional connection,” Roberts said. “I don’t want to love him, but I don’t want to hate him either.”

This sounds really weird and awkward. SMH